Whilesmall French crossoversmight not be to everyone’s liking, they happen to be very popular across Europe, which is why the next-generation Opel/Vauxhall Mokka X could prove highly successful, especially now that PSA is lending a hand.
It was only recently that our spy photographers managed tocapture a prototypeundergoing cold weather testing in Sweden, and while it was fully camouflaged, certain design features weren’t that hard to make out – such as the overall shape or theOpel GT X Experimental-likeheadlight graphics.
With that in mind,Kolesawasted no time and brought us these renderings that show the new Mokka from both a front and a rear 3/4 angle. Of course, some of those features are based purely on speculation, but things like the C-pillar shape, hood design and overall form don’t seem that way off, especially if we factor in a little2020 Corsadesign influence.
In other words, we wouldn’t be surprised if the real 2021 Mokka looked a lot like its unofficial digital counterpart here, especially since it needs all the visual prowess it can get in order to compete in such a competitive segment, dominated by the likes of the Renault Captur, Peugeot 2008 and VW T-Roc, among many others.
One of the new Mokka’s biggest selling points could be its zero emission characteristics, with a Vauxhall spokespersontelling usa few months ago that “an all-new next-generation Mokka X SUV will be fully electrified, and go on sale in 2020.”
Other improvements over thecurrent variantshould include a considerably more modern interior with a new dashboard design, flat-bottom steering wheel, new infotainment software and possibly an optional digital gauge cluster.