Opel announced the 1 October International Coffee Day celebration to the whole world on its global media site, with Turkish Coffee photographs accompanying the Mokka model, which it named after a type of coffee bean.
He was a member of Turkish Coffee, served in a copper coffee pot and Turkish delight at Opel Mokka, in the international celebration of coffee, the world's most popular beverage after water. With its assertive design, freedom of choice between electric or gasoline engines and advanced technologies, Opel Mokka is the favorite of users all over the world, like coffee in its countries.
Opel celebrated 1 October International Coffee Day in the global media with Turkish Coffee photos of the successful B-SUV model Mokka. A quick search on the internet reveals that coffee is the second most popular beverage in the world after Sudan. Of course, the long-standing popularity of aromatic drinks continues to increase. Opel offers coffee lovers a wonderful companion to celebrate this day with its registered Opel Mokka. Member of the Opel SUV family in the B segment; It currently provides successful sales services in more than 50 countries, from Norway in the north to South Africa in the south, from New Zealand in the east to Colombia in the west, and of course, Turkey. Opel's stylish B-SUV model is offered for sale with electric or high-efficiency gasoline engines that offer an emission-free, soft and smooth ride.
Award-winning Mokka also has an electric version
Opel Mokka continues to attract attention since its launch in 2021. Designed to convey emotions, Opel Mokka became the first car to use the new face of the brand, Opel Vizor. It was also the first Opel to have a “Pure Panel” and a fully digital cockpit. The electric Opel Mokka Electric, which stands out in Germany in 2021 with its famous “Golden Steering Wheel” power, impresses with its performance in addition to its bold and simple design. It provides a powerful and quiet ride with its electric motor with 100 kW/136 HP power and 260 Nm torque. With its 50 kWh battery, it enables emission-free driving of up to 327 kilometers on a single charge according to the WLTP norm. The maximum speed is electronically limited to 150 km/h.
As Mokka Electric, you can choose between three driving modes: Eco, Normal and Sport. In Eco mode, the electric SUV offers range and efficient driving. In addition, Mokka Elektrik can easily recover when slowing down or braking, thanks to its high-tech regenerative braking system. Such potential electromotive acts as a generator to charge the battery. In B mode of the transmission, brake energy recovery and braking intensity increase. In addition, with the fast charging feature, the battery can be charged up to 100 percent in approximately 30 minutes at a 80 kW DC charging station.
8-stroke automatic engine standard on turbo gasoline engine
The gasoline engine, which has high traction but is also economical, has a power of 130 HP. Each power generation option offers a high level of efficiency with the advanced technology it incorporates, and gains and losses are minimized. The turbocharger in the gasoline engine instantly responds to high torque production and acceleration services at low revs. The 1,2-liter engine is equipped with an 8-cylinder automatic transmission with smooth gear ratios and shift paddles.
High-end equipment in B-SUV
Mokka also remains true to Opel's tradition of delivering advanced technologies in its upper segments to a wide audience. These include advanced technologies such as Advanced Cruise Control (ACC) and Active backup assists with Active Lane Positioning. In addition, the lighting system uses a 14-cell, adaptable and therefore glare-free Intelli-Lux LED matrix, which is offered in much older versions. Apart from this, all versions are equipped with a Traffic Sign Identification system in addition to an electric parking brake as standard. A 180-degree angle Rear View Camera, Automatic Parking Assist and Side Blind Spot Warning are also offered.