Since a few months ago come to light the news of the purchase of Opel to GM from PSA many questions we have been assaulted with regard to the future of their products. In these months we’ve known the new Opel Crossland X and Grandland X, which share platforms with PSA by a collaboration agreement prior to the purchase of the brand. If the feature does not fail us, the first model developed entirely after the acquisition of Opel by PSA will be the Opel Corsa, which should be ready in 2019.
The case is that this model of the B-segment remains one of the most in demand of the category in Spain, and is still fresh and up to date. Opel has decided to has decided to facilitate the acquisition of a Corsa sport without getting to the end of the OPC (here the test of the Opel Corsa OPC). It is a Opel Corsa S, that receives a dynamic aesthetics and an engine that gives a performance which is more than enough for the day-to-day.
cosmetic changes to the exterior come hand-in-hand a few bumper more sharp and extended, mirror housings in carbon, new tires, two-tone 17-inch, exit chromed exhaust and a rear spoiler that gives it a little extra spice to the body. If we go to the cabin we find a sports steering wheel wrapped in leather, the trio crank in aluminum, sport seats optional very similar to those of the Corsa OPC and inserts in piano black and red on the dashboard.
we Already had the Corsa OPC-Line, but there was still room for this Opel Corsa S. Uses the same propellant that the Adam S, sporty version of the urbanite; that is to say, a 1.4 Turbo 150 HP and 220 Nm. This allows you to sprint in the 0 to 100 km/h in 8,9 seconds and reach a top speed of 207 km/h. The consumption approved for this version is 5.9 l/100 km is Only available in three-door body and its official price for the Spanish market is still unknown, although in Germany starts from the 18,400 euros.
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