The 2020 Corsa launches with electric, gasoline and diesel powertrains, as well as manual and automatic transmissions.
Already unveiled online, the Opel Corsa-e Rally Concept previews the world’s first all-electric rally car.
If it gets the green light, the hot mini hatch could use either a turbocharged petrol engine or a battery-electric powertrian.
Opel turns the zero-emissions version of the new Corsa into an entry-level rally warrior.
Opel is playing on its home ground on this one, so it’s only natural to go with all guns blazing as it’s making its comeback.
The new Corsa is now available in dozens of configurations and tops out at £26k.
The sixth-generation Corsa will make its world debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September.
Vauxhall’s subcompact hatchback will go on sale soon in the UK with two petrol engines and one diesel.
The recall affects around 210,000 gasoline-powered cars from the 2018 and 2019 model years.
The pricing puts the Opel / Vauxhall Corsa-e electric subcompact on a par with the Renault Zoe.
Apart from the usual versions, the brand new Corsa will also come in warm and hot hatch guise as well.
The fully electric Opel Corsa-e has a 50 kWh battery and an instant torque output of 191 lb-ft.