German GM tuner Irmscher is at it again — bringing more style and substance to Opel‘s newest crossover — the subcompact Mokka. The company, which stuffed a V8 into the Opel GT (aka Saturn Sky), has given the Gamma-based Opel Mokka a new grille, an integrated roof-top spoiler as well as an exhaust system that makes itself known in four outlets. There’s also a set of running boards that are adorned with the Irmscher insignia and are available in stainless steel or matte black.
The Irmscher Mokka also sits 30 mm (1.18 inches) lower to the ground and wears a set of light 20-inch alloys, which are available in two different designs. Irmscher offers customers a set of unique seating choices based on material, color, and finish — which seems to be the only set of changes to the interior.
While this particular instance of the Mokka does not have any performance-oriented upgrades, it seems that the tuner is planning a few performance enhancements for the 1.4 liter turbo engine — at least that’s what we could make out from the German translation.
Do you love it or hate it, and would you do this to Mokka’s cross-Atlantic cousin — the Buick Encore? Talk to us in the comments below.