Completely new crossover Opel Mokka X 2020 will be produced in FranceFebruary 24, 2019
Concern decided to localize the production of a new crossover in the native market. The model will receive many variations of configuration and layout, as well as a fully electrical modification.
Concern PSA, which now owns Opel, announced its intention to launch a new crossover Opel Mokka X 2020 at its own plant in Poissy in France. The model will receive a completely revised version, built on the basis of the CMP platform, which is already the basis of the DS3 Crossback.
The decision on the localized production of cars of the German brand is an exclusively financial issue. It will be cheaper for the concern to produce and prepare this particular plant. The new production line is able to create models with both electric and internal combustion and is already working.
Unfortunately, while details about the new crossover is not much. However, it is known that PSA Groupe make a big bet on this model. Analysts are confident that by 2021, 40% of the sales of the entire Opel brand will fall on the new Mokka X.
Cost, engine line and configuration unknown. Even the exterior design is hidden under dense camouflage. Debut should pass next year.
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