Opel has announced a new model for 2015 called the 2015 Opel Corsa. We all know what can expectation from this model, and Opel announced a major change, and that the dimensions of vehicles and equipment and engines, and different versions. This is a very popular car in the European market, and is already getting positive comments. Very little information is known about this model, we will do our best to describe it as closely as possible. Great car …..
German Opel will soon begin delivery of its Corsa, assembled in factories of manufacturers in Belarus. This really will be a classic car factory, but will have scopes manufactured in Germany and Spain put together in these plants. The fifth-generation Corsa will be built on a General Motors platform rather than the underpinnings co-developed with PSA Peugeot-Citroën as part of the tie-up between the two firms. A development of the platform used for the new Vauxhall Mokka is the most likely choice. Opel is planning one last facelift for the Corsa, following the one released at the end of 2010. The front of the car is likely to get an Adam-inspired styling, while the interior cabin will suffer significant changes.
Envisioned here is a significantly more attractive Corsa which has grown in size and has received some of the visual cues seen on the Adam city car. Expect highly efficient, turbocharged, small-capacity petrol engines between 1.0 and 1.4 litres from Vauxhall’s new Small Gasoline Engine (SGE) range alongside a frugal 1.6-litre diesel from Vauxhall’s Mid-Size Diesel (MSD) family. But Vauxhall’s recent onslaught of new models, plus how early in the development these mules indicate the car still is, make an early 2015 launch more likely.