We haven’t heard much in regards to the Opel and PSA Peugeot-Citroën partnership, however the collaboration is still alive and well. We heard in 2013 the automakers were working on C-segment and B-segment vehicles together, and now, a Peugeot-based B-segment Opel test mule has been spotted by Autoevolution.
At a first glance the mule appears to be a standard Peugeot 2008 crossover, however AE points out the vehicle has German Opel “GG” number plates, evidence the car belongs Opel. The test mule also has a slightly longer wheelbase than a standard 2008, a Citroen steering wheel and testing equipment in the cabin.
What future Opel model could this test mule be hinting at? Well, the 2008 chassis doesn’t seem like it could support a new Meriva MPV, and it’s too large to be a Mokka replacement, and too small to be an Antara replacement. It’s possible this could be an all-new model, slotting in between the Mokka and Antara.
Check out the spy photos here and let us know what you think this Opel-Peugeot-Citroen test mule could be a signal of in the comments.