Opel has revealed the facelifted 2011 Corsa. It features revised styling and an updated interior with a new infotainment system.
A day after unveiling the facelifted Antara, Opel has revealed the 2011 Corsa.
Designed to mimic the Astra, the Corsa features a revised front fascia, a new grille, restyled headlights, and a larger Opel logo on the tailgate. As before, a number of styling options will be available. The Linea package boasts full-length body stripes as well as color-matching mirror caps and 17-inch alloy wheels. If you want something bolder, the Color Edition has exclusive paint, a black roof and black 17-inch alloy wheels.
To dress up the cabin, designers installed a new dashboard, improved fabrics, and revised trim. Furthermore, the new 'Touch & Connect' infotainment system has a five-inch color touch screen, GPS navigation, and Bluetooth/iPod/USB connectivity.
While the company is staying mum on engine specifications, the new ecoFLEX features a revised 1.3-liter CDTI with 95 PS (70 kW / 94 hp). Equipped with standard start/stop technology, the three-door model returns a combined 3.5 L/100 km and emits 94 g/km (3.6 L/100 km and 95 g/km in five-door guise).
Elsewhere, engineers made "significant chassis improvements" to deliver "greater ride comfort with no compromises on agility." Additionally, the steering system has been recalibrated for improved feel and responsiveness.
The car will go on sale in January, so stay tuned for more information.