Corsa OPC: Sports Car Performance from Just 22,560 Euros
- Top performer: 192 hp, superb driving performance
- Only 7.9 liters per 100 km
- Available to order now
At the world premiere of the 192 hp Corsa OPC at the Geneva Motor Show, Opel announces that the new powerful model is available to order now from 22,560 euros. The compact three-door is the sporty variant of the new Corsa, which has sold more than 150,000 units across Europe in the last few months, and is at Opel dealerships in March. The Corsa OPC’s standard equipment includes body-contoured seats in motor sport design, air conditioning and CD-radio.
“With the Corsa OPC, we have a highly attractive product within our sporty model family. And it will especially appeal to younger customers, as the affordable price is complemented by the moderate fuel consumption of 7.9 liters per 100 kilometers,” said Carl-Peter Forster, President GM Europe, in Geneva. The Corsa OPC’s turbo-charged,
1.6-liter gasoline engine continues Opel’s trend toward compact units that combine high performance and efficiency with correspondingly low emissions. The Corsa has a top speed of 225 km/h and up to 266 Nm of torque.
The Corsa OPC is the sixth member of Opel’s sporty OPC model family, which includes the Astra, Meriva, Zafira, Vectra and Vectra station wagon. Around 8000 OPC models were sold last year. Opel aims to sell 3000 Corsa OPC units in this year alone.