The next generation of Opel Corsa will offer more interior space upon its arrival in 2018, as well as the technology of the new Astra.
A test mule was seen in winter, wearing a thick layer of camouflage, revealing little about the design of the car. Nevertheless, we can see a pair of what could be near-production headlights almost certainly looking with LED daytime running lights. It seems that the wheelbase of the car has stretched relative to the outgoing model suggesting that it will offer more cabin space. The car could share some components, potentially including its platform with the next generation 2018 Peugeot 208.
The cabin will be less cluttered than the old car and have an eight-inch infotainment system as the centerpiece of the interior on mid-level and upward models. This system will include the Vauxhall OnStar system as well as optional Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. The next Corsa should also offer more leg room for rear passengers than the current model, thanks to its extended wheelbase.
Under the hood, I expect the Corsa F to arrive with a selection of small displacement engines. First on the list should be an updated version of the current three-cylinder 1.0 liter. Now rated at 89 and 113 horses, he should win some horses, but do not expect anything dramatic. Next are four 1.4-liter turbocharged cylinders and four larger 1.6-liter jars. These engines should generate more than 100 and 210 horsepower, respectively.
On the diesel front, the subcompact will most likely have a revised version of the current 1.3-liter four-cylinder. The oil burner is now available with 74 and 94 horsepower. A slightly larger turbodiesel is also on the table.
Entry-level models should be sold starting at £ 10,000, while full-range models could cost you up to £ 15,000