Opel Details New Corsa Color Line

In order to further enhance the appeal of the Corsa, German manufacturer Opel is working on developing new special editions. A development program at Opel Design for a series of special Corsa vehicles has therefore debuted under the name “Color Line.”

Available in three and five-door body formats, the sporty special editions come with bright body colors and design themes accompanied by 17-inch alloy wheels.

These are combined with the sport chassis, enveloping sport seats, dark tail lamps, dark tinted glass and a chromed, oval exhaust pipe. In the interior, the center console is in piano paint. In addition, the car features alloyed pedals and sporty seats.

Air vent rings and stitching on the seat upholstery are color-coordinated with the exterior paint. All variants of the sporty looking Corsa Color Line are available with the 1.2 and 1.4 gasoline engines and the 1.3 and 1.7 CDTI powertrain.

The Corsa Color Edition was the first member of the Color Line, succeeding the “Black & White.” It features a black roof, complemented by high-gloss black, five-spoke alloy wheels, and comes in exterior colors of Casablanca White, Sunny Melon yellow, Magma red, Oriental Blue or Black Sapphire.

The Corsa Color Race mainly aims at drivers looking for a racy feel. Inspired from the traditional livery of Opel’s race and rally cars of the 1960s and 1970s, it is offered in yellow, red or white and adds a black hood and tailgate, each with a checkered flag motif.

The Corsa Stripes is just a study for the time being, but it may well be the next addition to the Corsa line-up. It is a "special execution" (as Opel puts it) of a sporty Corsa, being decorated with two large black or white stripes running over its body from the hood to the tail gate. The color of the stripes can be matched on the outside mirror caps and the 17-inch alloy wheels.
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