Based on the company’s new CMP platform developed by PSA Group that also underpins the Peugeot 2008, the new Mokka gets a bold new look based on Opel’s new Vizor design language, and we think you’ll agree it looks great. This is a very sharp-looking crossover with stunning proportions. LED headlights and taillights now come as standard, which can be upgraded to glare-free adaptive beam LED matrix lights with 14 elements available for the first time in the segment.
Thanks to PSA’s new platform, the new second-generation Mokka is 265 pounds lighter than its predecessor. Despite having a 0.08-inch longer wheelbase, the new Opel Mokka is 4.9 inches shorter than the last-generation model thanks to its shorter front and rear overhangs but still offers 12.3 cubic feet of cargo space, which is a similar capacity to the old model and the Buick Encore.