Opel presented the fifth-generation Corsa in 2014, changing a model that was offered in different markets all over the world for around 8 years. Despite the new Corsa being a new car, Opel is currently working on the next-generation variation. Although it might seem a bit uncomfortable, the reason for that is extremely simple: the current Corsa isn’t really precisely new. Despite the fact that each and every single body panel has been upgraded, the fifth-gen car is in fact developed on the exact same architecture, shown the Fiat Punto, that makes it more than ten years old. Likely to get here next year, the new Corsa, also referred to as the Corsa F, will replace the current E model for the 2018 model year.
Around back, the 2018 Opel Corsa Sedan still features prototype taillights but, based upon the arrangement, it’s safe to presume that the production lights will run from the fenders towards the license plate recess. The design likewise suggest slim clusters, which must offer the four-door a stylish look from the back. Just like all subcompacts, the Corsa sedan will have a short rear deck, a sloping roof, a basic bumper, and concealed exhaust pipelines.
The interior of the 2018 Opel Corsa Sedan is still a mystery since this writing, however it must be a development of the present style. The latter is pretty easy and tidy, but feels modern-day thanks to the shiny control panel, the huge infotainment screen in the center stack, and the colored knobs below. Opel will probably go with a more angular style and ditch the trapezoidal A/C vents, however it should not be a radical departure from the Corsa E.
The present Corsa is also offered with naturally aspirated 1.2- and 1.4-liter engines, but these might be dropped for the new generation on almost all significant markets. On the diesel front, the subcompact will more than likely get a revised variation of the existing 1.3-liter four-cylinder. The oil burner is now used with 74 and 94 horsepower. A somewhat bigger turbodiesel powerplant is also on the table.
The 2018 Opel Corsa Sedan must make its debut quickly. It will show up on the marketplace late this year or early next year, as a 2018 model. Prices ought to increase a little with the brand-new generation, however not more than five percent or two.