Spyshots: New Opel / Vauxhall Corsa Models Show More Adam-like Features

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The current generation Opel Corsa appears to be the sort of car that refuses to die. It wasn't all that great when it was brand new in 2006, but it soldiered on through engine updates and a major facelift in 2011, which gave it a revised front end.
Because GM Europe is so strapped for cash, they've decided to change its face once again rather than go for an all-new model. A revised front end will be the most dramatic difference over its predecessor, consisting of a new grille, a restyled front bumper and new identity as the
ADAM city car's bigger brother. The same comprehensive list of updates is expected inside. Previous spy photos have shown a a completely new soft-touch dash, a new gouge cluster and the infotainment system from the Adam.

It's yet unclear how long we will be living with this updated Corsa, but reports indicate 2017 as the likely debut date for the next generation.

On the engine front, all signs point toward a comprehensive change. There will be at least two different 1-liter three-cylinder turbo engines, with either 90 or 115 PS respectively. All signs point towards an upgrade for the OPC as well, which will get the 200 hp 1.6-liter turbo from the Cascada to become a true flagship.
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