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Vauxhall's Nissan Juke rival drops much of its disguise, revealing design inspired by 2018 GT X concept

Vauxhall will follow up the latest Vauxhall Corsa with a new generation of Mokka X, expected to be revealed later this year – and new spyshots give the best glimpse yet of the small SUV's design.

Dropping most of the body camouflage from previous test cars, the winter testing prototype shows clear inspiration from the GTX Elemental concept of 2018 - particularly the bluff front-end and clamshell bonnet design. 

It also sits lower to the ground than the outgoing Mokka X, and also appears wider - suggesting its dimensions will be similar to the latest Peugeot 2008 with which it will share its it will share its CMP modular platform, alongside the Corsa, Peugeot 208 and DS 3 Crossback

Snow covers the lower half of the rear end, although a short overhang taking inspiration from the larger Grandland X can be seen. Expect the interior to follow on from the recently launched Corsa, albeit with a greater emphasis on family versatility and space. 

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Sitting on the latest CMP platform means it will likely be offered with the same powertrain options as the 2008. The brand has already confirmed it will feature an electric option, which is expected to be the 134bhp motor and 50kWh battery found in the other PSA models.  A range of about 200 miles is predicted. 

Alongside this, we will see both petrol and diesel engine options. The former will centre around a 1.2-litre three-cyliner turbo unit in multiple outputs, with a 1.5-litre four-cylinder diesel also offered. 

Dates for the new Mokka X are not yet confirmed, but an unveil before the end of the first half of 2020 is likely, with first examples arriving in showrooms before the year is out. 

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Cadders 8 March 2020

It’s to be hoped.....

I hope this represents a break in recent form for Opel Vauxhall. I can't remember the last time they launched anything that received more than a lukewarm reception.... it's like they've forgotten what it takes to build a truly competitive new car. Fingers crossed it sells because it's good, not because it's on a BOGOF....

Tornadorot 6 March 2020

Whither Crossland?

Looks like it will be occupying much the same space in the range as the Crossland?

iamthesockpuppet 6 March 2020



For people that saw the Vauxhall Astra and wondered "yes, that's the car for me. But is there a version that's worse to drive, more expensive to run, more expensive to insure, worse looking but a bit higher up?"