The CorsaVan concept study that Opel presents for the first time at the Paris Motor Show boasts sporty looks, high-quality interior and a large load capacity. Based on the new three-door Corsa, the model showcases how the Corsa’s dynamic style might look if transferred to a city van.
The CorsaVan concept car is the same striking glossy glamour red of the Opel GT debuted at the Geneva Motor Show. To create a bold contrast, the panels that replace the city van concept’s rear side windows are black. Distinctive sporty features include red front brake calipers, 17-inch alloy wheels with five-spoke design and OPC-line components, such as bumpers, side sills and rear spoiler.
Black leather sport seats with red side bolsters on the seat backs, and piano-lacquer surfaces familiar from the Corsa Cosmo create a fresh ambience in the two-seater’s interior. The concept car is powered by a 90 hp, 1.3 CDTI engine with a six-speed-gearbox, while the low sport chassis with the new Corsa Sport’s variable progressive steering ensures outstanding agile handling.