The Vauxhall Grandland X will be the brand's answer to the Seat Ateca and Nissan Qashqai and other mid-size SUVs when it is introduced to the line-up in 2017.
Vauxhall hasn't released any other details on the large SUV aside from the fact that it will feature the usual qualities and attributes of a large SUV. Nor has it said if it will be a seven-seater, although the Grandland X is highly likely to get a third row of seats. A preview image shows the top of the car but gives away very little of the styling.
A smaller sibling, the Crossland X, has been confirmed as a new compact SUV due to sit above the Mokka X in Vauxhall's 2017 line-up, and is one of five new models to be added.
The Grandland X is likely to be revealed during the second half of 2017, as the Crossland X will come during the first half. A Frankfurt motor show debut is expected, but not confirmed.
Next on the agenda after the Grandland X will be a commercial vehicle, another car sharing a platform with PSA Group cars in GM and PSA's latest tie-up.