Vauxhall officially released details of its new fourth generation Corsa. This Corsa will be offered in three-door version and five-door version, as well as a VXR hot hatch variant.
2015 Vauxhall Corsa shares the same chassis architecture as its predecessor. The main changes are in its design, starting with the presence of a trapezoidal grille which comes from the Vauxhall Adam convertible and continuing with LED daytime running lights. Interior changes include a seven-inch colour touchscreen and IntelliLink technology.
2015 Vauxhall Corsa benefits from a new front suspension geometry and a new speed-sensitive electric power-steering system for better handling, a city assist button, a heated windscreen and tyre pressure monitors. A rear parking camera, a forward facing camera for traffic sign recognition and a full-length panoramic roof are optional features.
There are various powertrains available for this low-emission Corsa, including the new 1.0 three cylinder ECOTEC engine, the 1.2 litre petrol that offers either 89bhp or 113 bhp, turbo and non-turbo 1.4s and the 1.3 CDTi diesel engine which is Euro 6 compliant. Transmission will be a six-speed manual or a six-speed automatic.
Pricing details will be disclosed in September and deliveries will start in January.