Opel Mokka-e

BEV 50kwh e-Edition

Easy on the eyes, easy to drive
303,-ex. vatper month on the basis of 36 month, 10.000 km p/yr.
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    Bold is beautiful

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    Powerful inside and out

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    Go electric in comfort


Step into the electric life

Committed to the low-carbon lifestyle and want to tell the world about it? The new Opel Mokka-e, marketed under the Vauxhall brand in the UK, does the job admirably in bright Mamba Green, a matcha-like shade that is one of the charismatic new colours on offer. Built on a pure electric drivetrain, this retro-like second-generation Mokka cuts an impressive swathe on the roads. Sensible pricing, a satisfactory range on a 50kWh battery and a near-conventional driving experience round out an incredibly attractive package for this handsome subcompact crossover. Indeed, despite a few practical limitations, the Mokka-e could well bring new drivers into the electric fold.


Show off a muscled new look

The new Mokka-e wears its heritage confidently, touches of the classic Manta A evident across the distinctive new Opel Vizor face. The carmaker hinted at back-to-the-future design changes with 2018’s GT X experimental concept car; with the Mokka, these are realized in a brawny, droolworthy package complete with contrasting roof and bonnet and sleek accent lines up the sides. The power theme carries over inside, which Opel refers to as being digitally detoxed. With the clutter cut away, the focus turns to the double-screen digital Pure Panel display, where clean lines and minimal readouts dominate. Rear legroom is rather limited, but there’ll be no complaints from the front seats. German utility comes to the fore in adaptive cruise control, Active Lane Positioning, and a 180-degree rear-view camera.


Steer forward in easy comfort

The Mokka-e shares architecture with its stablemates, the new e-Corsa and the Peugeot 2008, including a 50kWh battery. Still, that’s a generous WLTP range of 322km between charges, for a maximum power of 100kW with torque of 260nM. This muscle boy takes time to warm up, going from 0 to 100 in 8.5 seconds, but once in gear, it stays steady and is easy to control. German efficiency comes to the fore again with the 100kW charging system restoring battery capacity to 80 per cent within 30 minutes. Overall, Opel aims for a smooth motoring experience that replicates the feeling of conventional fuel-combustion models as closely as possible, making the Mokka-e perfect for lease customers looking to transition to the electric life.

Opel Mokka-e Specifications

Acceleration: 0-100k/h 8.5sec
Range: 322km
Top Speed: 150kph
Seats - 5
Drivetrain – Front
Source: https://ev-database.org/

Top FAQs electric driving

What is a full electrical vehicle? An electric vehicle, also called an EV, uses one or more electric motors or traction motors for propulsion. The energy used for driving an EV is stored in the battery and the battery is charged at a charge station (at home, at the office or in public).What do I need to charge my electric vehicle? To charge your electric vehicle, you will require a recharging station, a charging cable, and a charging card.How many kilometres can I drive on a fully charged battery? A fully charged battery with a capacity of 40 kW will enable you to drive 200 to 250 kilometers. If you drive sensibly, you will achieve even more. Speed has the most effect on the amount of power drawn down from your battery, so you are advised to keep to the permitted speed limits. There are also other factors that may have an effect on your driving range: - High or low temperatures (resulting in continuous operation of the air conditioning/heating) - A (too) sporty driving style - Driving with a strong headwind - A fully loaded car - Driving uphill for a long period of time Does an electric vehicle require different maintenance than a vehicle with petrol or diesel? An electric vehicle requires less maintenance. This is due to the engine's reduced number of moving parts compared to a conventional combustion motor, which therefore leads to reduced wear. Moreover, oil changes are a thing of the past and the vehicle does not have an exhaust or gears. In addition, the brakes are less susceptible to wear thanks to the regenerative braking capacity.How safe are electric vehicles? Electric vehicles are approved for all safety factors, just like conventional vehicles. In the event of a collision, there is a possibility that some parts may receive an active charge or that short-circuiting causes an electrical fire, though the safety precautions and construction have limited this risk to an absolute minimum.How long will it take to charge my vehicle? That depends on a number of factors: the type of vehicle, the power left in the battery, how fast your vehicle charges, and which type of recharging station you will be using. When charging your vehicle with a standard power socket, approximately 10 hours is required. This is approximately 2 to 4 hours when using a public recharging terminal. When using a fast-charger (primarily located along highways), your battery will reach 80% charge in 30 minutes. Do keep in mind that using fast-chargers is more expensive than standard recharging stations.What does it cost to charge an electric vehicle? This depends on where you will be charging your vehicle. Home recharging stations are the most economical in most situations. The average electric vehicle uses 15 to 20 kWh per 100 km. If your home electricity rate is €0.25 and you drive an average of 15,000 km per year, your charging costs will range between €563 and €750 per year. When charging away from home, your rate is determined by the recharging terminal provider. A starting fee and incentive rate are often charged in addition to the kWh charge. Via www.plugsurfing.com, you'll find an overview of available recharging terminals in Belgium and Europe including the price per kWh. 

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