The new Mokka will stand out as it has a version of Opel being made available for the first time. Opel Mok-e offers game-free game and fun game together. The electric motor of the Mokka-e is equipped with kW (136 HP and 260 Nm with no start). Mokka-e can provide a gaming range of up to 322 kilometers according to the normal game mode WLTP norm.
How do we expect the first model, the new Mokka, to continue the Opel design, which combines superior German technology with the most modern designs? Opel’s electric Mokka-Model will hit the roads in Turkey for the first time in 2022. The new Opel Mokka-e plays fun games with the electric motor, car-free and with the latest images. With the new Mokka, German automaker Opel is showcasing a new car that perfectly blends fun and modernity. Optimum use of urban roads that are extremely efficient and with zero-use electric vehicles.
The electric motor offers high and performance with its 136 HP power.
It should be noted that when playing for the first time in the new Mokka it should have a version. Mokka-e combines gameless play with fun gaming. The Mokke-e’s electric motor delivers 100 kW (136 HP) of power and 260 Nm of torque after the first move. The electric system stands out with its extremely lively and dynamic game features. The driver plans your proper game design to have the game mode and enjoyment of the game “Being Normal, Echo and Sport”. Top speed is capped at 150 km/h to preserve the 50 kWh battery and gaming range.
They like to like the 100 kW DC charge offered as in the new Opel Mok-e model, 80% usage of the battery standard before 30. Mokka-e offers fun lasting up to 322 kilometers according to the normal game mode WLTP norm. The eco game mode can extend the range even further. Whether it’s a cable for a household socket, wall box or high speed, the new Mo single-phase up to 11 kW provides all possible interference solutions. It will be presented as the first Opel electric that will go on sale in 2022 Opel Mokka, which stands out and could be a reality for Opel’s transition to electric.