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2015 Opel Corsa Rendering

The European car market is like an even shrinking piece of real-estate right now. And to win a decent slice of land, carmakers are having to release ever better models. The supermini and compact segment are where most of the battle are fought.
Opel Corsa in 2015... just wait 1 photo
In the past two years alone, there have been plenty of revise and all-new models have been launched, cars like the Renault Clio IV, Peugeot 208, Ford Fiesta facelift and Suzuki Swift to name but a few.

However, Opel is sticking with the Corsa for far to long, a car that wasn't that great when it was brand new, way back in 2006. In fact, acceding to our latest spyshots, the Germans are preparing yet another facelift, one which looks to slap the nose from the Adam onto the old B-segment car.

But what about an all-new Corsa? Well, GM has already developed prototypes but isn't putting them into production until it figures out how to make the company profitable. Our graphic renderers have created a photo that previews what the new Corsa could look like when it debut in about two years.

The corporate identity is still there, but the lines are a bit sportier and crisper than the current model. Overall, it's no revolution, but it could blend into Buick or Chevrolet, which is what GM probably wants right now.

 
 
 
 
 

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