Opel has released a sketch of the next-generation Mokka’s front-end design, confirming the new crossover will debut the brand’s fresh family face.
The German firm says the new “unmistakable front” (which it calls the “Opel Vizor”) is reminiscent of a full-face helmet, integrating the grille, headlamps and brand logo in a single module.
Interestingly, the Rüsselsheim-based company says the initial concept was inspired by the first-generation Manta.
According to the brand, the new face will “become a hallmark of all Opel models in the course of the 2020s”.
“It was very important for us to create a fresh new face for the brand that was true to our future design philosophy of being both bold and pure. Our new Vizor that makes its debut in the next-generation Mokka is very clear and distinctive, while being true to its German roots of form follows function," said Mark Adams, Opel Design vice-president.
“There is no need for a classic grille in electric cars like the Mokka, so the Vizor creates a seamless integration of future lighting and other technologies, all within a high-tech protective surface.”
Original article from Car