Electric Opel Corsa-e Priced From €29,900 In Germany, £26,490 In The UK

Opel and Vauxhall have released more details about the new Corsa-e electric supermini, including the pricing for the German and UK markets.

The automaker claims it is “democratizing electric mobility” as the Corsa-e starts from €29,900 (approximately $33,700), including VAT and before incentives (where those are applicable).

Unsurprisingly, that puts the Corsa-e on a collision course with Renault’s Zoe, which has a roughly identical base price in Germany. Opel points out that even the base Corsa-e Selection grade will offer comprehensive standard equipment.

Also read: All-New Opel Corsa Gets Dressed In GSi Suit, Tries On An OPC Tux, Too

It comes with automatic climate control with remote control, electric parking brake, keyless start, as well as the Multimedia radio with a 7-inch color touchscreen and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration. Standard safety systems include front collision warning with automatic emergency braking and pedestrian detection and lane-keep assist.

There’s also a better-equipped Edition trim level that starts at €30,650 (about $34,500) and the range-topping First Edition which can be had for €32,900 ($37,000). The latter brings standard LED headlights, 17-inch light-alloy wheels, two-tone paint, and a digital cockpit. The Corsa-e First Edition can be leased for €299 a month.

In the UK, the Vauxhall Corsa-e will be offered in two trim levels, with the base one starting at £26,490 (approximately $33,600) — including the Government’s £3,500 Plug-in Car Grant. UK customers can reserve their Corsa-e starting today by paying a fully refundable £500 fee. Vauxhall says the first 500 customers to place a reservation will receive a free home charging kit when taking delivery. Lease deals start at £270 per month.

The Opel / Vauxhall Corsa-e offers a WLTP-rated driving range of up to 330 kilometers (205 miles) from a 50 kWh battery that can be fast-charged to 80 percent of its capacity in 30 minutes. The Corsa-e is powered by an electric motor rated at 100 kW (136 PS/134 hp) and 260 Nm (192 lb-ft) of torque that enables it to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 8.1 seconds.

Customer deliveries of the new Corsa-e will begin in spring 2020.


more photos...

  • Eunos

    I’m really liking the design. I may check one out when they get here in east europe and eventually buy one

    • StrangerGP

      Yeah it’s a really good looking car, I’m hoping that the petrol versions will have competetive prices.

  • “Customer deliveries of the new Corsa-e will begin in spring 2020.”


  • محمد علي

    A Tesla Model 3 will be a better choice for only 30k$ (about 26 000€)

    • mist

      Wrong, Tesla Model 3 only sells cars that are nearly 15 000€ more expensive. European prices include 20% taxes. This Corsa would cost 24 000$, American price without taxes. Model 3 starts at 40 000$ in the US and without the compulsory destination and handling fees that don’t exist in Europe (so base Model 3 in the US actually costs 41 000$).

  • GlobalPostitpad

    About €6k too expensive. They obviously don’t want to sell this car in quantity.

  • Sybill Julian

    cool but too generic, pretty similar to clio or 208

  • Phil

    Interesting that no car journalist bothered to wonder (research) why GM has lost billions over decades on the Opel brand, and French PSA managed to do a successful turnaround, some say within a fiscal year. I have to admit, where former Opels oozed Chevrolet all over them, the new Corsa looks crisp, almost Audi-like.

Man Tries To Steal BMW, Owner Jumps In, Makes Him Crash And Flee On Foot

The owner had left her dog inside the car and was determined to not let anything happen to her.

Driven: 2019 Kia Rio Does What It Says On The Tin

Engine refinement and light steering aside, the Rio is an extremely competent, and affordable, supermini.

Ford Mustang Bullitt Goes For A (Legal) High-Speed Run On The Autobahn

The reincarnation of the iconic ‘Stang was so successful, Ford announced it will extend its production run.

Porsche Taycan Demonstrates Its Speed At NYC Formula E Course

The Taycan made its third and final stop in the company’s Triple Demo Run at the Big Apple.

Mario Andretti’s Lamborghini Countach Is A $500k Piece Of Automotive Royalty

Lamborghini only ever built 321 examples of the Countach 5000 S, and this one had a very special owner.

Toyota Kicks Off New Ad Campaign As 2020 GR Supra Arrives At Dealers Later This Month

After a 21 year absence, the Toyota Supra will return to dealerships soon.

Ranger Danger: Ford Reportedly Working On A Bronco Pickup To Battle Jeep Gladiator

The hardcore pickup is expected to be based on the next-generation Ranger and could go into production in 2024.

HSV SportsCat Series 2 Sequel Brings Enhanced Styling, Equipment

The Holden Colorado-based off-road truck receives cosmetic changes that make it look more aggressive.

VW Plans To Launch Autonomous Vehicles In The Middle Of The Next Decade

VW believes fully autonomous vehicles will primarily appeal to the fleet operators and the rich.

Audi Celebrates 25 Years Of RS Models, Confirms Two More For 2019

Audi will introduce two new RS models later this year and one is likely the RS Q8.