Developed a new font, it will be easy to read and will not be accompanied by other badges, saying only “MOKKA” or “MOKKAe” in the case of battery electric models Mokka-e.
“The nameplate illustrates the absolute precision of the new Mokka. Clearly label treated stretched in a wide format, and securely positioned to emphasize the car’s width,” – said the President of Opel Design, mark Adams.
Opel described the exterior subcompact crossover new generation as “a car with extremely attractive features that are disciplined and personable at the same time”.
Created together with the PSA, the model 2021 Mokka will be based on the CMP (EMP1), which is shared with the Corsa, Peugeot 208, 2008 and DS3 Crossback new generation. In comparison with its predecessor, it will be 120 pounds lighter.
Opel and Vauxhall will start deliveries of the new Mokka in Europe at the beginning of 2021, and this suggests that we will be able to see the first official photos in the coming months.