There has been much change at Vauxhall over the past few years, driven most progressively by its new French ownership and renewed enthusiasm for future models. After being bought out by PSA (parent company of Peugeot and Citroën) from General Motors, the brand’s revitalisation has only been in the form of promises rather than actions (ignoring the ill-fated rush job that is the new Corsa). That changes now though, as Vauxhall reveals its most progressive new model in a generation – the new Mokka-e.
Best not confused with its ancient predecessor, the all-new Mokka-e is derived from PSA’s new CMP platform and electric powertrain that have already been utilised on the new Peugeot e-208, e-2008, DS3 Crossback and aforementioned Corsa-e. But while the Corsa was rushed into production due to an awkward life cycle clash between it and other CMP models, the Mokka-e has been given time