Opel Corsa Gets Adam Look
New details are known for the upcoming Opel Corsa.According to “AutoBuild” magazine,the model’s fifth generation will get a new range of engines and borrow some components from a more compact Opel Adam.
The Opel Corsa’s exterior will go through some changes.It will get a new design with a two-colored top,new optics and also a new shape of radiator grille and racks,borrowed from Opel Adam.The images below are made by a designer and appear to be unofficial, however they show the way the Corsa’s design will be developed.
As to the technical aspect, there is known a little.According to some reports the urban hatchback of the new generation will have a modified platform available in present models, according to the others the car will be built on the Gamma II platform, used by General Motors for underpinning the Chevrolet Aveo and Opel Mokka Crossover. However it can be said almost for sure that the modern Opel Corsa will be equipped with new turbocharged petrol engines of a small size.Most likely,there will be the new SGE petrol engines with the capacity of 1 to 1.4 l under the hood.As to the Fiat diesel engines they won’t be used in the new Opel Corsa.Moreover,the vehicle will have a new automatic transmission with two clutches.
The date and car’s place presentation are still unknown but according to preliminary data,the premiere of Opel Corsa will take place at one of the auto shows in 2013.