The new generation of Opel Mokka again noticed on testsMay 14, 2020
Previously, the car has already been seen on tests in harsh winter conditions. One version will receive a fully electric power plant.
Opel continues to actively test the second-generation Mokka compact crossover. A new batch of spy photos was published online on Wednesday, May 13. The car is still hidden by a decent layer of camouflage, but the general form can already be appreciated. Note that in comparison with the first generation, the car has changed very seriously. If you build on the dimensions, then the novelty will take place between the Crossland X and Grandland X crossovers in the model range of the brand.
The new Mokka is built on the CMP platform from the PSA concern, which makes it similar to the Peugeot 2008 and DS 3 Crossback cars. It is noteworthy that the size of the wheelbase will remain – 2,555 mm. The developers have seriously worked on the car body – its rigidity increased by 30%. At the same time, the mass of the car was reduced by 120 kilograms due to the transition to a new platform.
The technical side has also undergone major changes – immediately after the sale of the model will receive not only gasoline and diesel engines, but also a version with an electric motor.
Its return is 136 hp. But the all-wheel drive version will not be due to the transition to a new platform. The output of the car is scheduled for the end of this year, and the premiere will take place earlier.
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