Looks like the Mokka is getting LED DRL's and indicators for its mid-cycle refresh, the Trax just might as well.
Turns out the Mokka wasn't given much love from Opel, instead farming out most of the development to GM Korea, until it turned out the Mokka was perfectly sized for the CUV craze. Now that GM knows they have a competent player in the segment they are looking to up its content to keep it competitive.
Here we see a couple of Mokka prototypes on European roads featuring distinctive LED brows over the projector head lights. The brows function as both DRL's and turning indicators.
Now we're unsure if GM has similar plans for the Trax's upcoming facelift, but it could certainly add some value and premium feel to Chevys entry level CUV.