The Opel Mokka currently is the sales leader in the B-segment crossover class in the Russian Federation. In fact, Autoevolution.com reports that the Mokka has sold 9,000 units in the Russian Federation for calendar year 2014, with 8,000 of them sold in Moscow alone − why not a special Moscow Edition?
“Opel Mokka almost immediately won the hearts of European customers and became a bestseller,” said the president and managing director for GM Russia and CIS, Andy Dunstan. “With the advent of the model to an important market for us in Russia, we were able to win over new customers who are attracted by luxury cars SUV. Mokka enjoys particular success in large cities such as St. Petersburg and Moscow.”
Although the German automaker has yet to release hints of what the Moscow Edition Mokka will look like, Opel has indicated that it will be presented as a concept vehicle with an “eye-catching orange color.” Apparently, orange is the fourth most-popular color for automobiles in Russia, so it stands to reason. The Moscow Edition is also said to receive a new interior design with “unique style and sophistication.”
Opel also plans to show the Adam, Adam Rocks and the Insignia OPC at the 2014 Moscow Auto Salon.