When working to help the environment, it’s often the small changes that can make a big difference. That’s the theory used by Vauxhall engineers who have managed to optimise the Corsa CDTi’s engine to save the planet from hundreds of thousands of tons of C02 emissions - and collective Corsa owners from hundreds of thousands of pounds in tax.
The revised 1.3CDTi 75PS engine, which is on sale now, sees emissions drop from 124g/km to 119g/km. This might seem like a small (...) > Full story
The Vauxhall Corsa is a very succesfull car ,and an important thing for its succes is the design.The car is highly acclaimed and the hatchback looks great from any angle.But now the customers can add some extra excitement to the basic car with a new option.
The experts from the VXR racing team came up with a new styling kit that provides more afressivity to the factory model.The new kit is made to fit both three and five door versions of the Cors and it’s available from Vauxhall retailers (...) > Full story
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 (...) > Full story
Opel Managing Director Hans Demant accepts AUTOBEST 2007 award in Budapest 115,000 new Corsas already registered in Europe
Rüsselsheim/Budapest. After winning one of the most important European automotive awards, AUTOBEST 2007, the Corsa was the star of the show yesterday in Budapest, with Opel Managing Director Hans Demant present to accept the trophy at the exclusive ceremony. The choice of AUTOBEST 2007 was decided by a jury of 13 leading automotive journalists from (...) > Full story
The new Corsa was yesterday named Car of the Year 2007 and Best Supermini by the renowned British consumer magazine “What Car?”. The Corsa beat 14 category winners to take the top honors, adding to its rapidly growing list of European awards. Speaking at the exclusive ceremony held at the Grosvenor House Hotel on London’s Park Lane, Vauxhall Managing Director Bill Parfitt said, “We’re delighted that the new Corsa has won this prestigious award. We know we’ve got this car just (...) > Full story
Opel has shifted into top gear with the new Corsa. Following the successful market launch of the bestseller’s fourth generation, Opel now sends the sporty top version on to the road. The OPC model is the quintessential expression of the Corsa’s dynamic character, with top-level agility and vehicle control promising pure driving fun.
Following the Corsavan Concept study’s successful premiere at the recent Paris Motor Show, the production version of the compact city van will make its debut early next year at the Brussels Motor Show (January 13 – 21, 2007). Based on the new three-door Corsa, the nippy city delivery van can be ordered now. The newcomer, which combines the comfort and performance of a passenger car with the transport capacity of a van, will be available at dealerships as of April 2007.
The Corsa is a supermini introduced by General Motors’ European subsidiary Opel in 1983 and produced until today. It has also been sold under a variety of other brands (most notably Vauxhall, Chevrolet and Holden) and names and spawned various derivatives in different markets, all of which are listed in appropriate sections below.Despite its global presence, it has never been sold in the United States or Canada.
General Motors has announced that the next Opel Corsa will be sold in USA. Bob Lutz, said in an interview at Paris Motor Show that the small car "will very definitely go to the United States".
The new redesigned Corsa has just been introduced in Europe, so USA will have to wait arround 5 years before the next-generation Corsa enters showrooms. GM is planning to make arround 80000-100000 units annually.
"The U.S. market has undergone a huge change," explained Lutz, who (...) > Full story