The Opel Mokka 77 Moscow Edition has been unveiled at the 2014 Moscow Motor Show (2014 Moscow International Auto Salon).
The Mokka 77 Moscow Edition is a design concept which is devoted to the Russian capital, says Opel. The specialty is the 'Mokka' motif which was designed around the letter 'O', stylized as the road network within Moscow's Garden Ring. The bonnet and the tailgate carry the special decal.
The exterior is finished in an orange color with body colored accents for the foglamp enclosures and silver alloy wheels. The rest of the car remains true to the regular Mokka.
The interior adopts a black and orange color theme with door-pads and dashboard inserts featuring the city's map. The stylized Mokka logo is laser engraved on the seats while the carpets sport orange border stitching in addition to Moscow's latitudinal and longitudinal coordinates.
Opel hasn't revealed its plans to introduce the Mokka 77 Moscow Edition but a limited production run is expected. The Russian Opel Mokka is available in three trims with two engine options - a 1.8-litre petrol and a 1.7-litre diesel engine.