Opel/Vauxhall aims to recapture volume lost last year and reduce its fleet emissions with the arrival of the new Mokka-e small full-electric crossover.
Management last year eliminated five carbon-heavy models developed under former Opel/Vauxhall parent General Motors to help the automaker meet fleet emissions targets. Those vehicles accounted for more than 150,000 sales in 2019. The most popular vehicle was the Mokka, which had its volume slashed to 222 units last year from 68,000 in 2019, according to the company.
In addition to the Meriva that had already been discontinued, Opel eliminated five carbon-heavy models developed under former parent General Motors accounting for more than 150,000 units in order to meet fleet emission targets last year. The most popular of those was the Mokka, which suffered a volume decline to 222 units from 68,000 in 2019, according to the company.