Opel Mokka with a classic engine received an updateSeptember 2, 2020
In June, the electric version of the Mokka-e was presented. Now it’s the turn of the car with the internal combustion engine.
Opel has presented a new version of the new Mokka crossover with a classic internal combustion engine. External differences from the electric version turned out to be not so great – one can distinguish chrome-plated nozzles on the exhaust pipes, as well as the absence of a corporate badge “e” from the electric version. Among the novelties, we can also note the emergence of a new complete set GS Line, which has sports accents. Outside, the windows are edged in red, while the Vizor’s signature grille has a high-gloss black finish.
The interior of the novelty is distinguished by a red dashboard trim, as well as a special fabric for the front seats. To give the status, the ceiling received a black finish. The Opel Mokka with a classic internal combustion engine is built on the same platform as the electric version of the car. The range of engines will consist of two gasoline and diesel engines – the first with a 1.2-liter volume is capable of producing 100 hp. and works exclusively with 6MKPP.
A more powerful gasoline engine has the same displacement, but is capable of delivering 130 hp. at 230 Nm of torque. As a transmission for this engine, you can choose 8АКПП. The diesel engine has a working volume of 1.5 liters and is capable of delivering 110 hp. The engine works in tandem with 6MKPP and provides very economical fuel consumption.
In terms of technology, the car borrowed a lot from the older models – we single out adaptive cruise control, a lane control system, matrix LED headlights, a rearview camera and a parking assistant.
In the basic version, a 7-inch touchscreen will be used as an infotainment complex, and in the maximum version, the novelty will be equipped with a modern 10-inch touchscreen with a wide range of functions.
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