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The fourth-generation Corsa will reach production later this year and is designed to excel in driveability, comfort and practicality.
The Vauxhall Corsa is already one of te UK’s top-selling, best-loved cars and the current model is popular with its owners thanks to a combination of compact exterior dimensions couples with clever use of cabin space.
As a result, the new fourth-generation Corsa will adopt a near-identical length to the current model and retain its class-leading space utilisation for occupants. Where the car will differ is in its design and engineering which has been developed further to improve the car’s driveability, efficiency, connectivity and overall ownership experience.
Under the bonnet, new engines and transmissions will be available from launch to include a headline 1.0-litre, three cylinder ECOTEC Direct Injection Turbo petrol engine as well as a much improved 1.3 CDTi which meets Euro-6 regulations and will appeal to diesel buyers.
One of Vauxhall’s main goals during the New Corsa’s development, was to improve driveability to class-leading standards to go up against its biggest rival the Ford Fiesta. To achieve this, it has a completely re-designed chassis with no carry-over componentry and an emphasis on rolling refinement, ride quality, precise handling and stability.
Tim Tozer, Vauxhall’s Chairmand and Managing Director said: ‘Corsa remains the best-selling car in Vauxhall’s range, which is testament to the continued appeal of the current model to UK buyers, supported by a raft of innovative sales programmes that make the car even more enticing,’
‘So New Corsa has its work cut out – both as a worthy replacement for the existing car later this year, and as a new challenger in a highly competitive class. We’re confident that it will jump both hurdles with ease.’
The New Corsa is expected to be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show in October this year. More details, including full pricing, will be revealed later in the year.