Style Experts Love the New Opel Mokka
Rüsselsheim. These two really know about beauty: Jorge González is a choreographer, model and jury member for the TV show “Let's Dance”. The Cuban became known to the public as a catwalk trainer for “Germany's Next Top Model”. Make-up artist Boris Entrup also appeared in the Opel-supported casting show. As “Head of Make-up” he shaped the Berlin Fashion Week for many years and styles superstars like Naomi Campbell and Anna Netrebko. In addition to their work for “Germany's Next Top Model”, the two beauty experts share a love for their place of residence – Hamburg – and the new Opel Mokka. So what could be more natural than to stage the beauty and style experts with the Mokka in front of the magnificent backdrop of the “Elbphilharmonie” (Elbe Philharmonic Hall)?
“A really great design, very modern and yet timeless! Opel always manages to surprise with new models,”says Jorge González about the new Opel Mokka. Then Mr. High Heels reveals, “Many are surprised that I drive an Opel. They expect something else. I drive Opel with pride. The cars have a soul. Opel is made by people for people. "
“I really like the styling of the matcha green in combination with black”, says Boris Entrup. “The new brand face with the Vizor is also well executed. I'm thrilled with the interior because everything is so nicely reduced; nothing distracts. Opel fits my lifestyle. In 2021, I want to make more environmentally conscious decisions – and that includes driving an electric or hybrid car."
Breathtaking design: Mokka first with Opel Vizor and Pure Panel
The new Opel Mokka impresses with perfect proportions and precision down to the smallest detail. Short overhangs and a wide stance are typical of the bold, pure appearance of the 4.15-metre long compact five-seater. The most striking feature of the front view is the unmistakable Opel Vizor. As with a full-face helmet, a protective visor covers the new Opel face, seamlessly integrating the vehicle grille, the LED headlights and the newly designed Opel Blitz lightning bolt emblem in one element. The model name appears for the first time at the centre of the tailgate with a specially designed font that forms the word “Mokka” in a technical, flowing, lively way.
The interior also reflects the clear philosophy. The new Opel Pure Panel integrates two widescreen displays and focuses on the essentials. In contrast to cockpits overloaded with information and controls, the Pure Panel is a uniquely clear design. It is clearly structured and understandable at a glance. The Opel designers attached great importance to digital detoxification. In order to avoid driver distraction, they ensured the intuitive operation of the system. Buttons still control the most important functions, but without having to navigate through submenus.
The new Mokka stays true to Opel's brand-defining tradition of making innovative technologies from higher market segments available to a wide range of buyers. These include advanced systems such as Advanced Cruise Control (ACC) and Active Lane Positioning.