The German based automaker Opel has recently announced its plans to move the Mokka production from South Korea to Europe once the new generation of the model will be ready for launch.
Opel has big plans for its Mokka model and even if it was just launched in several markets across Europe, the carmaker is talking about the second generation. According to the brand, the Opel Mokka production will be moved from South Korea to Europe, once the new generation of the crossover will be available for launch. The announcement has been made by Opel’s board member Thomas Sedan, who was quoted by Automotive News.
As a quick reminder, the Opel Mokka is 4,280 mm long, 1,645 mm tall and from front to rear tracks the model has 1,540 mm. The all-new Opel Mokka is expected to come with a choice of three engines, a 1.6 liter naturally aspirated, which will generate 117 horsepower, a 1.4 liter petrol turbocharged unit, which will develop a total output of 142 horsepower, and a 1.7 liter CDTi turbo diesel, with 132 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of torque. The Opel Mokka is rivaling the Nissan Juke, Renault Captur, Peugeot 2008, Ford EcoSport and Chevrolet Trax.