2021 Opel Mokka Interior Revealed to Be More Screens, Less Buttons

2021 Opel Mokka interior sketch 4 photos
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It was at the end of April when German carmaker Opel announced the arrival of the new generation Mokka. Unlike all other versions that came before it, this one will be electric as well, and that’s reason enough for Opel to flood us from time to time with bits and pieces of information that eventually would form the entire image of the new crossover.
The new Mokka is supposed to be a revolution in terms of powertrains for the Germans, and that needs to be matched by an equally interesting and new interior, including when it comes to the technologies fitted on the car.

The image of the interior released by Opel on Wednesday (June 3) shows a design of the steering wheel with a flat bottom, and large, horizontal displays. The biggest novelty compared to what other Opels presently on the market have to offer is the fact that most of the physical buttons on the dashboard are nearly absent.

This new assembly even has a name: Opel is calling it Pure Panel.

“With the new Mokka, we bring the Opel Pure Panel to our customers for the first time. Large displays, seamlessly integrated into one horizontal information format, a minimal number of physical controls and clear detoxed digital information, all together create an optimised customer experience”, said in a statement Opel Design Vice President, Mark Adams.

As for what will make the electric Mokka tick (ICE will of course still be on the table, we do know the car is based on the new Common Modular Platform (CMP) – the same the carmaker’s parent company, PSA, calls EMP1.

As for what actually the Germans will hide under the car’s body in terms of battery and motors, not many official details have been released. We are probably not going to see a revolution in terms of range, power, and so on, as the crossover is likely we’ll to be gifted with something that doesn't dwarf what the competition has to offer.
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