The 2018 Opel Corsa is a supermini car that was manufactured and manufactured by the German automaker Opel since 1982. Opel Corsa has been sold among several other brands (especially Vauxhall, Chevrolet, and Holden) and has also reported various derivatives in different markets. The present fifth generation 2018 Corsa is built in Spain and in Germany. Despite its worldwide presence, however, it was never sold in the United States or Canada.
The Opel Corsa 2018 model debuted at the Paris Motor Show, the basic chassis architecture of this fifth generation Corsa is the same as its predecessor, so the exterior and inside dimensions are identical, give or take a few millimeters, but every outside panel is new. Under the guidance of Brit Mark Adams, Opel’s design team has taken different style indicators from the latest brands of the brand and distilled it in a supermini form.
2018 Opel Corsa Design
Interior space remained the same as the 285-liter boot, but every part of the instrument panel and dashboard is completely new. All the outer surfaces have been revised, but the underlying chassis and body structure are transferred from Corsa D. IntelliLink infotainment system can be connected to USB or Bluetooth with Apple or Android smartphones. The latest iteration of this will mirror your phone on the touchscreen so that you can use things like your Google Maps or Spotify by voice command, as well as using Siri voice management.
A reinforced, stiffer front subframe and new front suspension geometry, plus a new speed-sensitive electrical power steering system, are designed to reduce handling and provide more front end replacement. Two types of suspension – convenience and sport will also be offered. It is known that a new Corsa will be released in 2018, with Corsa E finishing production that year.
2018 Opel Corsa OPC / VXR
In February 2015 Opel launched the OPC version of Corsa E. Compared to the previous generation model, power output increased with 15.6 to 207PS (204 bpp) 1.6 turbo engine, with a maximum torque of 245 Nm (181 lb-ft) between 1900 and 5800 rpm. An overall function increases torque to 280 Nm (206 lb-ft) when required. As a result, the Corsa OPC can sprint in 6.8 seconds from 0 to 100 km / h (62 mph) and reach a maximum speed of 230 km / h (143 mph).
The 2018 Corsa OPC features a sports suspension with FSD (Frequency Selective Damping) technology, which enables the damping to adjust to the engine’s frequency to balance sportively with the sport. The suspension is reduced by 10 mm (0.39 in) compared to standard Corsa models, and the car also receives an optimal steering system with more direct and accurate reactions. OPC also worked on the brakes and added 308mm discs on the front axle.
Opel also offers the Corsa OPC Performance package, which incorporates a Drexler mechanical multi-disc differential lock, 18-inch wheels with Michelin tires and an even more athletic chassis. The package also includes a Brembo high-performance brake system with 330mm brake discs on the front axle.
Stylish, the 2018 Corsa OPC / Opel VXR has more aggressive body kits with new bumpers, aluminum frames for the fog lights, a small shoe in the hood, a large roof spoiler and a double pipe Remus outlet with a diffuser. Inside, the Recaro performance seats take the middle stage, with other upgrades, including the flat leather steering wheel, OPC steering wheel, and sports pedals together, as well as OPC design tools.
2018 Opel Corsa Engines
Underneath the bonnet, every new 1.0-cylinder ECOTEC engine, the direct injection turbo 90 or 115 PS – will provide both 170Nm of torque with a six-speed manual transmission, while a new-speed engine is optional on selected engines. Start/Stop technology is standard and in the three-door section, the lower driven model can hit sub-100g / km.
The entry-level engine is a 70 PS 1.2 liter petrol, while turbo and non-turbo 1.4s offer 100 PS and 90 PS respectively. The 1.3 CDTI will continue with 75PS, which now hits as little as 85g / km of CO2 and is capable of reaching 3.2l / 100km. For 2018 Opel Corsa model, the EcoFLEX version was also available from launch with the target CO2 emissions of less than 85g / km.