The all-new Mokka is the second new model from Opel in 2021, following the release of the new Crossland. Arriving at Opel dealerhips nationwide this April, the Mokka will be available in petrol, diesel and all-electric.
James Brooks, Managing Director of Leeson Motors, Opel Importer in Ireland, said: “The new Mokka sports a daring, stand-out exterior and a breath-taking interior. Designed and developed from scratch in Rüsselsheim, Germany, the new Mokka is a showcase of the future of Opel. Fun, efficient, robust and innovative, it is destined to change the perception of our brand and to be a true success with the many existing Mokka customers and conquest buyers alike.”
Short overhangs and a wide stance give the new Mokka a bold, robust presence. Complementing the handsome Opel Vizor front face, a redesigned Opel Blitz lightning bolt and a centrally aligned model name sit proudly at the rear.
Inside, the new Opel Pure Panel integrates two widescreen displays of up to 10 and 12 inches in size and focuses on the essentials. Intuitive buttons still control the most important functions, such as aircon and radio volume, avoiding distractive navigation through touchscreen submenus.
The all-electric variant Mokka-e is powerful and silent. It's 50kWh battery enables a range of up to 324 kilometres before recharging is required; the electronically limited top speed is 150 kph to preserve energy. Drivers can choose between three drive modes – Normal, Eco and Sport. A 100 kW DC fast-charger replenishes 80% of the battery in just 30 minutes.
The lively yet economical petrol and diesel engines offer power outputs ranging from 100hp to 130hp. The entry-level 1.2 petrol 100bhp turbo 6-speed manual and a higher performing 1.2 130bhp turbo is available with manual or automatic transmission. The two petrol engines are joined by a lively 1.5-litre diesel 110bhp 6-speed manual.
Full pricing and specification details will be announced closer to launch.