Opel Turkey General Manager Alpagut Girgin said, “We aim to have 15% of our total sales coming from the new Mokka in the near and future.”
German automotive brand Opel offered the new Mokka for sale in Turkey with its highly efficient gasoline engine and 3 different equipment options.
According to the company statement, the new Mokka represents many firsts for the Opel brand. The new Mokka stands out for being the first model to feature the brand’s future face, the Opel Visor, and a fully digital Pure Panel cockpit.
Bringing together 3 different hardware options, Elegance, GS Line and Ultimate, with color and wheel options, the new Mokka also has a black hood option, a first in Turkey.
Mokka’s 100% electric version, Mokka-e, is preparing to meet on the roads of Turkey in 2022.
Standing out with its timeless bold design, new technologies and rich driving support systems, the new Mokka represents many firsts for the Opel brand. In Turkey, the new Mokka, which comes with a 130 HP 1.2-liter turbocharged gasoline engine and AT8 automatic transmission combination, is on sale with three different equipment options: Elegance, GS Line and Ultimate.
Complementing its innovative design with rich color and rim options, the new Mokka also has a black hood option, a first in Turkey. The new Mokka is offered for sale with prices starting from ₺365 thousand 900.
The new Mokka has compact dimensions with a length of 4.15 meters, living space for five people and a luggage volume of 350 liters. The brand describes this design concept as pure, sensitive and focused on the essentials. The design of the new Mokka draws attention with short front and rear overhangs, a muscular and wide stance, perfect body proportions and details.
Opel Design adopts the Compass approach
The new Opel lightning logo, which will adorn all future models of the German automaker, takes its place on the Opel Visor with thinner rings and elegant stance.
Opel Visor, which is completed with LED headlights or new generation IntelliLux LED matrix headlights, reveals that it will continue to be the distinguishing feature of all Opel models throughout the 2020s, with the idea of combining advanced technologies. The new face of the brand adopts the Opel Design Compass approach. In this design approach, the two axes intersect with Opel Simsek (lightning) in the middle, thus bringing the brand logo to the fore.
While the lines on the hood, which is one of the characteristic design elements of the latest Opel vehicles, are applied sharper and more clearly, they combine with lightning to determine a vertical axis. The wing-shaped LED daytime running lights, which will also be used in all future Opel models, determine the horizontal axis. The same theme repeats in the rearview, bringing the Opel Design Compass approach to the car as a whole.
For the first time, the driver is introduced to the Opel Pure Panel cockpit, which is both fully digital and focused, in an Opel model. Consisting of two large screens, Pure Panel makes many buttons and controls unnecessary due to its architecture.
The system offers the most up-to-date digital technologies, while the small number of buttons and controls strike the right balance between digitization and purely intuitive operation, without the need for submenus.
The Pure Panel cockpit in the new Mokka also showcases how Opel uses innovative technologies to make customers’ lives easier. Different multimedia options are offered in the new Mokka, including Multimedia Radio with a 7-inch color touchscreen and a high-end Multimedia Navi Pro with a 10-inch color touchscreen.
Drivers can choose Alpine White, Quartz Grey, Diamond Black, Matcha Green, Mystic Blue and Rubin Red among the rich color options of the new Mokka. New Mokka, Elegance-equipped new Mokkas come with 17-inch alloy double-spoke diamond-cut wheels, GS Line equipment comes with 18-inch alloy double-spoke tri-colour diamond-cut wheels, and Ultimate equipment comes with 18-inch alloy double-spoke diamond-cut wheels.
‘We aim for 15% of our total sales to come from the new Mokka in the near and future’
Opel Turkey General Manager Alpagut Girgin, whose views were included in the statement, said:
‘The new Mokka is a car with dimensions that can meet all the needs of the urban population, compactness that can be a part of daily life and embodying comfort elements on it. New Mokka, which has been completely renewed with its design, also draws attention with its technological features. We expect the new Mokka, which shows that it is a complete urban Crossover with its dimensions, will make a great contribution to us in terms of high sales volumes. We aim for 15% of our total sales to come from the new Mokka in the near and future.
In short, the new Mokka will have a strong role in our product range and will bring new customer bases to our brand. The SUV trio of the new Mokka, Crossland and Grandland will keep Opel in the top 5 in the SUV market. On the other hand, we also aim for Mokka and Crossland duo to lead us in the B-SUV category. We are also working on introducing our highly anticipated battery-electric models to the market next year. In this context, Mokka-e is a product that we plan to have in Turkey as of the second half of 2022.’
Source: AA / Translated by Irem Yildiz