The Vauxhall Corsa is a much-loved car in the UK, so fans will be pleased to hear a new version is on its way.
Today the manufacturer revealed the first pictures of the fourth-generation Corsa, the official unveiling of which will take place at the Paris Motor Show in October.
Vauxhall has gone back to the drawing board, stating that almost every element of the car's design and engineering has been changed to significantly improve the car's driveability and efficiency. The company hopes new Corsa owners will enjoy the driving experience more than ever before.
However, one thing Vauxhall hasn't changed is the generous level of interior space they know it's a key selling point. Externally, the car has stayed the same size but maximum cabin space has been retained.
The latest model will be more functional than ever with a new interior and a completely redesigned instrument panel and dashboard. Improved efficiency will come from the petrol ECOTEC engine or improved diesel engine and both will be available from the car's launch.
Tim Tozer, Vauxhall's Chairman and Managing Director, said: "Corsa remains the best-selling car in Vauxhall's range, which is testament to the continued appeal of the current model to UK buyers, supported by a raft of innovative sales programmes that make the car even more enticing.
"New Corsa has its work cut out both as a worthy replacement for the existing car later this year, and as a new challenger in a highly competitive class. We're confident that it will jump both hurdles with ease."
by: Danielle Bagnall