Opel has distributed a design sketch of a new generation of compact cross-country Mokka, which gives an idea about the interior of the novelty.
The auto will acquire an innovative Pure Panel instrument panel.
The company calls the Pure Panel "a high-tech cockpit" without physical buttons, but with two huge screens that provide drivers with all the necessary data "without additional annoying visual effects."
The new generation Opel Mokka will be created on the CMP's modular architecture from the PSA group, where the Germans have been participants since 2017. Due to the new base, a 120-kilogram crossover will feel better.
The novelty will receive engines from the new Peugeot 2008: 1.2-liter supercharged gasoline engines for 100, 130 and 155 horsepower, plus a one and a half liter diesel engine for 100 and 130 hp. Opel Mokka also has an electric version.