The new Opel Mokka-e is now in Singapore.
Sporting the same chiseled and angular design of the petrol-powered Mokka, the Mokka-e sets itself apart with a local emissions-free drivetrain.
This comes courtesy of a 130hp electric motor that produces a peak torque of 260Nm. These figures will see the Mokka-e sprinting from zero to 100km/h in just 10.1 seconds.
Supplying the current to this electric motor is a 50kWh battery. Charging this battery can be done via a direct current supply at speeds of up to 50kW, which will bring the Mokka-e to a full charge in an hour.
Charging via an alternating current source meanwhile, can be done at speeds of up to 11kW. With this, it will take the Mokka-e a claimed six hours and 30 minutes to complete a full charge.
Opel says the Mokka-e has a WLTP driving range of 363km.
Inside the Mokka-e, you’ll find Opel’s new all-digital Pure Panel, designed to present all necessary driving information to the driver in a clear and uncluttered manner.
Said panel also houses a 12-inch instrument cluster alongside a 10-inch infotainment display.
The Opel Mokka-e comes to Singapore equipped with driver assistance features that include Lane Keep Assist, Forward Collision Alert as well as Cruise control with an Intelligent Speed Adaptation System.
Prices currently start from $174,500 with COE.