Opel has recently announced its plans to offer a new special one-off edition of the Mokka, which will be officially presented to the public this month, during the 2014 Moscow Motor Show.
According to the German based automaker, the Opel Mokka will be coming in a new special edition. This will be called the Mokka Moscow Edition and it should put some lights on the compact crossover signed by General Motors and eventually attract some new customers into the model and into the brand.
“With the advent of the model to an important market for us in Russia, we were able to win over new customers who are attracted by luxury cars SUV. Mokka enjoys particular success in large cities such as St. Petersburg and Moscow”, said the president and managing director of GM Russia and CIS, Andy Dunstan.
The Opel Mokka Moscow Edition is basically a concept car which will be wearing an orange paint job and it will be getting some upgraded interior features, along with higher quality of materials and several other tweaks. Opel declined to release any images with the model in question or any more details on it for the moment, so its appearance in Moscow, later on this month, should be appreciated. The company will also bring the Adam, Adam Rocks and Insignia OPC to the same automotive event.
by Cristian Gnaticov
) - Wednesday, August 20th, 2014 - filed under Concept Cars
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