Vauxhall/Opel Corsa facelift spied cold weather testing

We have seen the standard Vauxhall/Opel Corsa facelift and the Corsa VXR Facelift a couple of times during the last season and now we are bringing you new spy shots of the updated Corsa cold weather testing near the Arctic Circle, revealing partly the new Adam-inspired headlights, front fascia with a lower front number plate and wider grille.

The rear of the car remains unchanged still and it is unlikely we will see any changes there. Perhaps just new light graphic.

The interior should get a new steering wheel, an improved audio system and higher quality materials/trim.

What GM really needs to do is to start work on an all-new model to stay competitive. Giving the old Corsa a new front will not make it a success.


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