The next batch of baits is designed to shed light on the design of the future Mocha, which Opel has already highlighted in working camouflage. The second-generation SUV will be the first production model of the brand with a new front design. This style is called Opel Vizor, it was developed by a full-time design team led by mark Adams and was introduced on the Opel GT X Experimental concept car two years ago.
Led headlights (they will already be “in the database”, and for an additional fee — matrix optics) are combined with the radiator grille in a common unit designed for the visor of the helmet. The idea is that for electric models, this solution will allow you to painlessly mask the blind panel installed instead of the grid. Subsequently, all new and updated Opels will have such a Vizor.
Also published a sketch of the interior of Mocha, and for its concept, the developers also have a separate name. Opel Pure Panel promises “digital detoxification”, because, in addition to two large screens (for devices and media systems), only the necessary minimum of buttons and switches will remain on the front panel. According to the idea, the interior will look “clean”, without visual noise.
The second-generation Opel Mokka is being created on the PSA group’s modular CMP platform, meaning that the closest relatives will be the Peugeot 2008 and DS 3 Crossback parquettes. This means that the Mokka will lose all-wheel drive transmission, but, in addition to the petrol and diesel versions, from the very beginning, the range will be electric modification. The start of production of the new Mocha is scheduled for the fourth quarter of this year, although the premiere will take place much earlier. On the European market, the cars will appear in early 2021, and later Mokka can reach Russia.