The Mokka-e is the first car under the Opel banner to debut a new design language and features more angular lines, sharp creases and a floating roofline. The tall bonnet (which you can see from the driver’s seat) gives you the impression that you’re driving a ‘proper’ sports utility vehicle, even though the Mokka-e is only slightly taller than a regular small hatchback. Opel also mounted the seats quite high up, to give drivers a more commanding view of the road. The Mokka-e has a slightly simpler range of trim levels than the conventionally powered car, starting with SE Nav Premium and topping out with the fully laden Launch Edition.
Dacia’s EV is small all over, from its little battery pack (27.4 kWh) to its tiny turning circle (9.6 meters) to its super low price—but it’s big on perks all around. Its petit proportions (length 3.73 meters) place it somewhere between the Volkswagen Up! and MINI hatchback in size. But it’s bulked up with some SUV styling cues— like above-average ground clearance, chunky wheel arch cladding and roof rails. Air-conditioning and electric windows are standard, and for just a little bit more money, a 'Comfort Plus' pack adds leather-look seat covers, metallic paint, a full-size spare wheel, parking sensors, a reversing camera, DAB digital radio, sat nav and smartphone integration.