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2010 Opel Corsa Football Championship Edition


Just to clarify, we’re talking soccer here people. Just in time for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Opel brings a sporty Corsa special model for fans on the road: The Corsa "Football Championship Edition" dedicated to the National German soccer team. A strange choice solely because we doubt many players can fit in Opel’s minicar, but anyways.... On June 13, Germany will play its first game at the World Championships in Group D.

This special edition is distinguished by its white paint job and black-red-gold flag inspired by the German soccer team’s colors. The supermini rolls through the soccer field on high-gloss black-edition 17-inch wheels and illuminates the late night games with dark tinted headlights and tail lights.

The interior gets sport seats, aluminum sports pedals, leather steering wheel, center console in piano black, and white framed fan nozzles. The standard equipment list includes: air conditioning, stereo CD radio with steering wheel controls, electric front windows and central locking with radio remote control.



11 comments:

I love the design it really suits on the football field. haha I also love the interior, the automaker of this is really genius.

The exterior design is obviously inspired by a football game but I’m not really impressed with it. The article didn’t say anything about the performance of this Corsa Edition.

Well, the exterior looks great though the performance wasn’t announced.
However, I think the materials used in the interior is kind of cheap one!

Yeah, I agree that its somewhat look so sporty. I like the design in the exterior. However, I just wondering on what is the figure performance of this car.

A very cute design and fitted for the golfers out here,The super mini rolls through the soccer field on high-gloss black-edition 17-inch wheels and illuminates the late night games with dark tinted headlights and tail lights.

Front wheel drive ... Wish all car companies would start making RWD small cars...

If it’ll be given as a souvenirs to the players, why not? I’m willing to drive this car.

I love the German flag color stripes on the corsa with it i remember the TM edition of Mitsubishi EVO.

I guess that will be a nice advertisement and hopefully that game can have some great excitement.

This hearkens to some old High School memories. I drove a ’68 Opel Kadet Rallye. It was gold with black stripe and chrome wheels.

I agree, that was awful choice because many football players don’t used this type of car.

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