2019 Opel Mokka X Spied For The First Time

Posted: Nov 28 2017, 7:48am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

2019 Opel Mokka X Spied for the First Time
  • Opel Testing Out new Mokka X Model for 2019 Release

Opel tests out new Mokka X model in camouflage in preparation for a 2019 release in the market

Opel, one of the most prominent brand in the automobile market, has suffered at the helm of the 21st century. Since 2000, the company saw decline in its sales. It led to the company being sold to the French conglomerate PSA by General Motors.

PSA hopes to turn around the company’s profitability. In their plans for Opel, they want to commit the entire dialogue of Opel vehicles under the PSA franchise by 2024. That means that all the vehicles manufactured by the German brand would end up being sold by PSA.

It is a part of the Opel’s sale agreement. General Motors and PSA Group made an agreement which blocks Opel from selling vehicles based on GM platforms in markets where GM brands operate.

In the meanwhile, Opel has been trying to make their line work. Even with some hits in the past few years; the vast catalogue of subpar SUV range cars have dragged down the overall sales’ spectrum of the company.

The only SUV range car that became what can be called the saving grace for Opel is known as Buick Encore. Buick is a steady seller in the U.S. and China. While the car is a stable seller and people believe that it is enough to carry the company through, they are relying on taking one more shot.

Recently, Opel conducted test drives with a new Mokka X. It was out and about with camouflage which hid the make and curves of the car expertly, some of the features were still apparent.

The design and make of the car seem more streamlined and closer than the Buick Encore. There are rumors that the horsepower of the engine will almost be the same.

However, they might be increasing the horsepower. With the company set on a deadline, Opel might yet redeem the company’s reputation before PSA owns it entirely.

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