Posted on: Jan 12, 2013 | 3,999 reads

Opel Corsa Gets Adam-Look Facelift

Opel ditches plans for an all-new Corsa but makes room for a few new improvements.
While we expected Opel to roll out a brand new Corsa, it appears from these spy shots such plans have been shelved in favor of a long-overdue facelift. The current, fourth-gen Corsa has been around since 2006 and the decision to update instead of replace the supermini is doubtless a result of Europe's perilous economic situation. Visual enhancements look limited to a new front end, made up of a freshly-styled front grille split by Opel's chromed logo, heavily inspired by the new Adam city car.
Opel Corsa Gets Adam-Look Facelift
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The updated Corsa's interior has also borrowed style elements from the Adam, with a new center console, a modern interface and new instrument panel. We expect the facelifted Corsa to debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show in September, if not sooner at Geneva in March.
Opel Corsa Gets Adam-Look Facelift
Opel Corsa Gets Adam-Look Facelift
Opel Corsa Gets Adam-Look Facelift
Opel Corsa Gets Adam-Look Facelift
Opel Corsa Gets Adam-Look Facelift



by Adam Lynton
Opel Corsa Gets Adam-Look Facelift
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