The new generation of Opel Mokka, also available in a 100% electric version, has set important new standards in many respects. One of these concerns the Pure Panel, or the distinctive dashboard designed by the German brand to increase the level of digitization of the passenger compartment. At the heart of Opel’s new design approach are two large digital screens, which aim to provide the driver only with information that is useful at the specific moment of driving or those requested, eliminating unnecessary and distracting ones.
The 12 ″ high resolution display is perfectly visible through the steering wheel, and delivers clearly essential information for the driver. This information, on the electric version of the SUV, also extends to the display of the different phases concerning energy flows, from energy recovery during braking and deceleration to exploiting the maximum available power. In fact, there are three driving modes made available to the driver: Eco, Normal and Sport, each of which manages energy delivery in a different way. The digitization of the screen allows the driver to easily choose the parameters to be displayed, also highlighting the statistical information of the on-board computer: certainly, Opel explains through an official note, the numerous autonomous driving assistance systems.
The Opel Pure Panel then also includes one 10 ″ screen dedicated to the infotainment system: many functions that can be managed through this touchscreen display, from 2D and 3D MULTIMEDIA NAVI PRO systems complete with real-time traffic information to Siri voice controls, Apple maps and the multimedia library. “Opel Pure Panel, in its simplicity and aesthetic purity, therefore contains a great wealth of information and the ability to manage it easily different settings of the car – explains Opel – An effective way to demonstrate how the future can simplify everyday life aboard the New Opel Mokka ”.
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