Rieger Creates a Cool Opel Corsa

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The Opel Corsa gets a fresh new look courtesy of the crew at Rieger Tuning.

Who better to tune a German hatch than fellow Germans? The Opel Corsa has just received a new set of exterior modifications thanks to the crew over at Rieger Tuning. The 3-door hatchback has been on the market in its current incarnation since 2006 and its starting to feel a bit dated. Carrying a line-up of engines ranging in output from 59-189hp, its pedestrian performance is available only for Europe. The aftermarket program consists of a bold new front bumper, side skirts and rear fascia with integrated diffuser.

The pieces can either be finished in carbon fiber or painted the color of the car per customer request. A set of new lightweight alloy wheels finish off Rieger's aftermarket program for the Opel Corsa. No pricing information has been released as of yet.

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