Opel Mokka-e (2021): first video test of the 100% electric SUV

What is the Opel Mokka-e, the 100% electric version of the new Mokka, worth? Video response with the SUV test!

For its new Mokka, Opel has not done in half measures. The German manufacturer has completely redesigned its SUV. New platform (PSA CMP), reduced dimensions (4.15 m long, -12.5 cm), new design (“Opel Vizor”), modernized interior (“Pure Panel” with two touch screens in a row). .. everything changed. Even the name (no more Mokka X)!

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Revolution on all floors

Logically, the revolution also took place under the hood since the model is now available in a 100% electric version. A variation called Mokka-e, 136 hp strong (260 Nm of torque and 150 km / h in top speed) and claiming up to 322 km of autonomy thanks to a 50 kWh battery that can be recharged to 80% in just 30 minutes via a fast charging station (100 kW DC).

What about the driving pleasure, livability and modularity of the Mokka-e?

Promising numbers. But driven question, does this Mokka-e turn up? Et what is it worth in everyday life, especially in terms of livability and modularity? To find out, our journalist Alan Froli got behind the wheel of the SUV for a test session.

Discover his impressions in video.

As a reminder, the Mokka-e is billed from 36,100 € entry level (Edition finish), bonus of € 7,000 not deducted and with standard 16-inch alloy rims, a digital instrument cluster and a 7-inch central touch screen.

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Opel Mokka-e has 136 horsepower electric motor

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It also has a 50 kWh battery for a range of 322 kilometers according to the WLTP cycle.

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Test n ° 1694 Panoramic Presentation Opel Mokka-e 2021 with Alan Froli

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At the wheel of the Opel Mokka-e

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The Opel Mokka-e attacks at 36,100 €


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