Vauxhall has released its first images and a teaser video of the all new Mokka. The new car is currently starting its initial testing with Vauxhall’s engineering teams.
The Mokka may still be camouflaged, but it already shows crisp proportions with its short front and rear overhangs, illustrating the carmaker’s new “detoxed” design language.
A fully digitised interior has also been promised, which would give the Mokka’s cabin a modern and progressive look.
A new, all-electric option will be offered, while combustion-engined versions will still be available. Vauxhall has also confirmed that the camouflaged car’s large yellow “K” means a name change to simply ‘Mokka’, losing the previous model’s “X” suffix.
Production of the new Mokka will start in the fourth quarter of this year, with first cars – including the electric model – due to reach U.K. customers in early 2021.