The next generation Opel Mokka is here and it has become electric. With the benefits and benefits of a pure electric car, a new groundbreaking design, first-class comfort and innovative safety systems, you get fantastic driving experiences in a car that stands out in the crowd.
With the new Opel Mokka-e, two things are in focus: design and technology. The elegant look with resilient details, powerful rims, and the ability to create your very own personal style, makes the car a crossover that really stands out in the crowd. At 4.15 meters in length, the Opel Mokka-e, which closely resembles its combustion brother, is based on the so-called Common Modular Platform (CMP), is 12.5 centimeters shorter than its predecessor, but has a similarly long wheelbase.
Interior Design Of Opel Mokka-e
For the first time, the Opel Mokka-e will also feature the fully digital ‘Pure Panel’ Cockpit, which is geared towards the driver. Two widescreen displays, the screen in front of the driver is up to twelve inches in size, show all the important information. In contrast to other manufacturers, Opel still keeps buttons for functions such as the air conditioning available. They are inconspicuously integrated into the new cockpit layout.
A charging cradle for smartphones is located in the center console in front of the gear selector lever, which is designed as a button. The trunk volume is 310 liters. Although it is 40 liters less than the combustion version, the volume in the Mokka-e is still okay. After all, it should not be forgotten which vehicle class the Mocha is in. Material and workmanship in the interior are clean and solid for the price category.
Exterior Design Of Opel Mokka-e
The Opel Mokka drives in the boom segment of compact SUVs. The electric version is much more streamlined than electric cars in the same size and price category as the Kia e-Soul. Short overhangs, flared fenders, the reduced front and classic crease on the bonnet give the compact SUV a sporty look. The two-tone paintwork is reminiscent of Opel’s legendary Manta sports car from the 1970s. Compared to its predecessor, the electric Opel is 120 kilograms lighter, one centimeter wider, more streamlined because it is flatter and 12.5 centimeters shorter.
The small SUV looks fresh and modern and confidently bears the new brand face that all Opel models will have in the future. The heart of the ‘Vizor’ front design is a dark-tinted plexiglass clip that stretches across the entire width of the vehicle. It not only acts as a recognition feature and eye-catcher, but also houses the sensors of the assistance systems in addition to headlights and a lightning bolt logo.
Engine And Battery Of Opel Mokka-e
The new Opel Mokka-e comes with a powerful battery of 50 kWh, which will give you a range of up to 322 km according to the WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized Light-Duty Vehicles Test Procedure) measurement method. The all-electric driveline gives you full power from the engine as soon as you depress the accelerator pedal. The car comes with three different driving modes – Normal, Sport and Eco – so you can adapt the car to your exact driving style. The chassis is tightly tuned and could easily use an increase in performance. Thanks to the low center of gravity, the Mokka-e is also good in the curve and cannot be rocked even by quick load changes.
The steering, however, is too easy and indirect to allow really sporty feelings to germinate. Despite its moderate motorway range, the Mokka-e is good for the occasional overland drive. The electric Opel fills a battery that is five percent discharged to 80 percent in around half an hour. The Mokka-e draws 11 kW from a normal wallbox and runs to the brim in around five hours.
Features And Of Opel Mokka-e
The instrument panel has become fully digital and can be adapted to your personal wishes, and a rear view camera with a 180-degree panoramic angle is also in place. With the advanced navigation system, you get real-time traffic updates and information about the nearest charging station. The car offers seamless integration with smartphones, and can be delivered with wireless charging if you wish. To make driving safer and easier, Opel offers a range of smart online services integrated in the car. This includes everything from roadside assistance and emergency calls to air conditioning control and always up-to-date navigation.
Opel has long been known for delivering innovative technology and reputable safety solutions, qualities further developed for the new Mokka-e. The car comes with a complete package of driver assistance systems that include automatic emergency braking for pedestrians and vehicles, automatic cruise control, high beam that prevents glare from oncoming traffic, and an advanced parking assistance that makes hatch parking a breeze.
Price Of Opel Mokka-e
The basic Mocha-e costs around ₹ 30 lakhs. This is absolutely not a bargain. After deducting the state subsidy, the price drops to around 21 lakhs. Opel wants to sell 30 percent of all mochas with an electric drive. But the demand is apparently greater than expected. The Mokka-e has only been available for pre-order since September and has apparently already been sold out in the meantime