The Corsavan's striking profile has been overlaid with Brit Mark Adams' sculptural design, including elements such as the 'blade' running across the lower door sections.
From the front, the Corsavan is immediately recognisable as the latest addition to the Vauxhall range, featuring 'eagle eye'-shaped headlights and incorporating Vauxhall's signature 'wing' LED daytime running lights plus the low sporty trapezoidal grille, with a chrome bar supporting the Vauxhall Griffin.
The Corsavan has a class-leading load capacity, increased by 21kg from 571kg in the outgoing model, with a flat loading capacity of 920 litres. Maximum loadspace height is also best-in-class at 921mm.
However, at just 4.02 metres long and 1.94 metres wide, it's compact enough to fit into tight parking spaces and negotiate the narrowest of city streets. The new Corsavan is also equipped with a range of Euro-6-compliant petrol and diesel engines, offering economy of up to 85.6mpg and CO2 emissions as low as 87g/km.
Steve Bryant, Vauxhall's head of commercial vehicle brand, said: "Vauxhall's all-new Corsavan is stylish, comfortable and affordable to run. Like its award-winning predecessor, it will hold massive appeal to van drivers, small businesses, fleet decision-makers and company drivers alike."