L Opel Mokka-e Change name, engine and autonomy-digital, Opel Mokka-e autonomy: how many kms can I travel?

OPEL MOKKA-E autonomy

Follow all digital news on Google News

The Opel Mokka-e changes its name, engine and autonomy

Following its cousins ​​of Stellantis, the Opel Mokka benefits from an update in terms of its engine and its autonomy. For the occasion, she swaps the name Mokka-e for a new name, Mokka Electric.

Advertising, your content continues below

Welcome Mokka Electric, exit Mokka-e: Here is the new name of this twin brother of the Peugeot E-2008. However, Opel develops its all -electric urban SUV before that of the lion, endowing it with a new engine and a new battery.

Indeed, like the other electric vehicles of the Stellantis group based on the E-CMP and EMP2 platforms (Peugeot 308, Opel Astra, or DS3 E-Tense and E-208), the 100 kW electrical engine (136 hp) of Vitesco Technologies gives way to a unit of 115 kW (156 hp), the fruit of a joint venture between Stellantis and Nidec. If the power increases by 20 hp, the torque remains identical, to 260 Nm, as is the speed limited to 150 km/h.

On the other hand, WLTP autonomy increases by 20 %, going from 338 kilometers currently at 406 kilometers. A result which is not due to the increase in the capacity of the battery, which goes from 50 kWh to 54 kWh, but to the fact that the consumption of this Mokka Electric is decreasing, with 15.2 kWh per 100 km mixed cycle. We will soon test this new version to see if this little urban SUV has gained in versatility.

In the meantime, the load performance remains the same: the battery can go from 20 to 80 % in just under 30 minutes at a fast charging station of 100 kW. For alternating current recharge, an 11 kW on -board charger is still there. We do not yet know the price of this update, the current starting version at € 36,100. The new Mokka Electric should be available in the second half of 2023.

Advertising, your content continues below

Follow all digital news on Google News

OPEL MOKKA-E autonomy

How many kilometers can I travel with the OPEL MOKKA-E electric vehicle ?

The autonomy of the OPEL MOKKA-E electric car is 339 km, with a single load, depending on the WLTP standard.

Real autonomy can then depend on several elements: battery load level, the type of course (highway, city or mixed), air conditioning or heating, the weather, the elevation.

Opel Mokka-e

Try Opel Mokka-E ?

Configure your OPEL MOKKA-E vehicle or ask for a free trial.

Version Battery capacity Autonomy
50 kWh 46 kWh 339 km

OPEL MOKKA-E autonomy simulator

Use the simulator below to estimate the autonomy of the electric vehicle Opel Mokka-e Depending on the different criteria offered:


Battery level
Air conditioning / heating


Highway (Moy. 120 km/h)
Strong rain or snow

The values ​​are calculated from WLTP autonomy. With this value is calculated the theoretical autonomy according to the selected criteria. Real autonomy is given as an indication and has no contractual value. This data is not provided by the manufacturers. More or less 10% error margin.

* Autonomy in 100% electric driving

Try Opel Mokka-E ?

Configure your OPEL MOKKA-E vehicle or ask for a free trial.

All about Opel Mokka-e

Similar electric cars

Audi Q4 e-tron

Skoda Enyaq


Volvo Ex30

Similar cars by families

  • Electric SUV
  • OPEL Electric

Clean Automobile is a community information site that is dedicated to everything related to the automobile and the environment. The most popular themes of our Auto Blog are the electric car and hybrids, but we also approach the GNV / GPL car, hydrogen car, political and environmental aspects related to the automobile. Internet users are invited to react to blog articles in the comments, but also in the various forums that are made upon them. The most popular of them is certainly the electric car forum which centralizes discussions relating to the arrival of these new vehicles. A lexicon centralizes the definitions of the main technical words used on the blog, while a database of cars (marketed or not) lists electric and hybrid cars.

  • Energy Revolution
  • Cleanrider
  • Mister EV
  • ChargeMap
  • ChargeMap Business
  • Recharge terminal quote
  • Gold watts
  • Who are we ?
  • Join us
  • Advertising ethics
  • Become advertiser
  • Contact us
  • Electric cars chargers
  • Charging cables
  • Charging stations
  • Accessories for recharging
  • Vehicle solutions
  • Lifestyle
  • Cookie preferences
  • |
  • Notifications
  • |
  • Legal Notice
  • |
  • Report illegal content
  • |
  • Bell

Copyright © 2023 Clean Automobile – All rights reserved – A site published by Saabre SAS, a company from the Brakson group