Opel / Vauxhall unveiled the 2021 Mokka and there is good news which is the compact crossover will also come in all-electric model dubbed as Mokka-e. The Mokka-e is the first electric car from Opel’s new generation of cars.
In terms of size, the 2021 Mokka is a little shorter than the previous model. Its length is 4150 mm which is 125 mm shorter than before. While the overall length is shorter, Opel increased the wheelbase by 2 mm so rear passengers will have bigger legroom. Finally, the 2021 Mokka is 10 mm wider than its predecessor.
Inside the cabin, the most significant change is a Pure Panel digital dashboard with two widescreen displays. One is served as a 12-inch digital instrument cluster and the other in the center as a 10-inch infotainment system.
The 2021 Opel Mokka is based on the PSA CMP platform. The lightweight allows Mokka to save 120 kg compared to the previous generation. Less weight means that the fuel economy is better on the 2021 model.
For the first time, Opel Mokka comes in an all-electric version with 134 hp and 260 NM of torque. The power supplied by a 50 kWh battery pack, enough for travel up to 322 km in normal driving mode. Drivers also can choose Eco or Sport driving modes as they wish.
The Mokka-e has a limited top speed of 150 kph. Charging 80 percent of the battery with a 100 kW DC fast charging takes about 30 minutes.
Equipment for 2021 Opel Mokka includes the Advanced Cruise Control system with stop and go function, Active Lane Positioning System, LED matrix headlights, 180-degree rear-view camera, and traffic sign recognition system.