Car And Driver has rendered the bowtie-donning variant of the Opel Mokka that is expected to hit the Brazilian market this year or the next.
For Brazil C&D has claimed drive is derived from a 1.6-liter 115PS engine alongside the 1.4-liter turbo petrol producing 140PS for powerful SUV lovers. FWD and four-wheel-drive configurations will be available in the international market.
Coming to the Indian market, if at all GM plans to sell the Mokka's twin, it could take up sedate role with the 1.3-liter diesel engine along with the 1.4-liter NA version of the Smartech engine. We may not have a concrete idea of what General Motors is mulling over, but we're darn sure that in the next two years participation in this segment is certain. We're not sure which vehicle will be pitched to the would-be Ford EcoSport or Renault Duster customer, as GM can use the Sail platform as an option to body an SUV.
[Source - CarandDriverBrasil.uol.com.br]