The heart of the new 2021 Opel Mokka-e electric car is a powerful 50 kWh lithium-ion battery. 216 cells with high energy density, with advanced heat management, give a longer life and autonomy, being complemented by improved regenerative braking.

The 100% electric propulsion system ensures an instantaneous torque of 260 Nm. Lightweight, synchronous motors with permanent magnets develop 136 hp and are perfectly balanced for narrow urban streets and wide roads, overflowing with confidence and agility.

The Opel Mokka-e electric car has been designed to help you cope with the hectic modern world. The tidy, spacious and soundproofed cabin is the place where you will recharge your batteries for each trip, giving you time and space to hear your thoughts or to feel the music.

The Mokka-e adapts to your driving style, offering you Sport, Eco and Normal driving modes, each adjusting the in-vehicle systems, such as pedal sensitivity, power steering and cooling. Sport mode increases driving dynamics, Eco mode increases efficiency and Normal mode finds a balance between the two.

The advanced sensors of the Opel Mokka-e electric car and the vehicle's data monitoring systems give you an intuitive, concise overview of driving conditions and energy consumption, to keep you up to date and in control while driving.

Opel offers everything from non-stop roadside assistance and free lifetime software updates to our 8-year or 160,000km battery warranty and friendly experts who answer all your questions.
 

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