Tag: Opel Mokka

Vauxhall/Opel Mokka-e VXR/OPC Confirmed For 2022, But It Won’t Get More Power

Vauxhall and sister brand Opel will finally bring back the VXR/OPC badge with a sportier version of the Mokka-e. The model is reportedly two years away, and while it might seem that they’re looking to offer a zero-emission alternative to the agile Volkswagen T-Roc R and Hyundai Kona N, it seems that more power isn’t […]

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Take A Comprehensive Tour Of The 2021 Opel / Vauxhall Mokka And Mokka-e

Opel’s British doppelganger Vauxhall has dropped new photos and a video product walk around of its all-new Mokka and Mokka-e in UK specification. Available to order in Britain for more than a month now, the subcompact crossovers have starting prices of £20,735 for the ICE-powered Mokka and £30,840 for the all-electric Mokka-e (after the Government […]

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Opel Details Available Lighting Tech, Adaptive IntelliLux LED Matrix Units Stand Out

From the Corsa to the Astra and the flagship Insignia, most modern-day Opel / Vauxhall models now come equipped with high-performance IntelliLux LED matrix lights, available now on the new Mokka and Mokka-e as well. Meanwhile, the likes of the Grandland X and the new Opel Crossland get full LED headlights with numerous automatic functions. […]

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2021 Vauxhall Mokka Priced From £20,735, Mokka-e EV Costs At Least £30,840

Order books in the UK are officially open for the all-new 2021 Vauxhall Mokka and Mokka-e, with first customer deliveries scheduled for April of next year. The new Mokka will cost you at least £20,735 ($26,560) in entry-level SE trim, while the fully electric Mokka-e will set you back north of £30,840 ($39,500) in SE […]

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Opel And Vauxhall Reveal 2021 Mokka’s ICE Lineup, Sporty GS Line / SRi Trim

Following the all-new Mokka-e EV’s June unveiling, Opel and Vauxhall have revealed the internal combustion engine variants of their subcompact crossover. From a styling perspective, it’s almost impossible to differentiate the ICE-powered Mokka from the electric Mokka-e, with the only notable modifications being the addition of tailpipe trims and the lack of ‘e’ badges. The […]

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Opel And Vauxhall Debut 2021 Mokka In All-Electric Guise With 200-Mile Range

The all-new Opel / Vauxhall Mokka subcompact crossover is finally here and it debuts in all-electric Mokka-e guise. It’s the first-ever model from the Opel and Vauxhall brands to debut with fully-electric propulsion. The second-generation Mokka also debuts Opel and Vauxhall’s new progressive brand face in the form of the Vizor front fascia that will […]

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Opel And Vauxhall Tease 2021 Mokka’s Front Fascia Which All Future Models Will Get

Hardly a week goes by without Opel and Vauxhall dropping another teaser of their upcoming Mokka crossover and this week makes no exception. While last week we caught a glimpse of the vehicle’s fully digital dashboard, we now get to see the front design, which is heavily inspired by the GT X Experimental concept from […]

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Opel Teases 2021 Mokka’s ‘Pure Panel’ High-Tech Cockpit

Opel continues to tease the next-generation Mokka subcompact crossover and is now pointing our attention to the interior design. The party-piece of the cabin is the new Pure Panel featuring large displays. Opel describes the setup as “a high-tech cockpit that is both fully digital and yet focussed – ‘detoxed’”. As with most cars nowadays, […]

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Opel And Vauxhall Continue To Tease 2021 Mokka, Crossover Drops Up To 265 Lbs

Opel and Vauxhall are putting the finishing touches on the redesigned Mokka, and companies have now revealed how the crossover was tested. A big push began in February when engineers traveled to Sweden to test the Mokka in Arctic conditions. This effort was largely focused on tuning the chassis and assistance systems, but employees responsible […]

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