As it enters its sixth year in the market, Opel release a special edition of the Corsa to attract interest in the fourth-generation model.
Opel has just introduced the Corsa Kaleidoscope special edition ahead of its official debut at the Geneva Motor Show. With the intention of garnering interest in the supermini segment, the Corsa gets a more individualized look. Available in special metallic colors called Pepperdust and Technical Grey, the model features a glossy black roof, black mirror housings and a black grille frame. It also gets chrome exhaust pipes and sits on 17-inch alloys.
A 'kaleidoscope' of color features in the cabin, with door inserts and air vent rings finished in curry or matt chrome and door panels trimmed in denim fabric. A leather steering wheel and a choice of seat fabrics with silver or aztek gold stitching complete the car's unique appearance. Available in both three- and five-door body styles, the majority of engines in the Corsa range are offered such as the 69hp 1.2-liter ecoFLEX gasoline engine, the turbocharged 1.6-liter gasoline good for 148hp, and the 1.7-liter CDTI that manages 128hp. Transmissions include five- and six-gear manual gearboxes, an automatic and a five-gear easytronic. Pricing for the car starts at 15,425 Euros.