Vauxhall Corsa: 2023 re-design revealed
Design and Technology
Starting off with the visual look of the new re-designed Corsa is the new ‘Vizor’ front grille. The new grille gives the Corsa a modern and aerodynamic look to the supermini, which has already been seen on other Vauxhall models like the Astra and Mokka. Surprisingly, the Corsa is the last of the Vauxhall line-up to see these changes. The front grille will also have a brand new Slimline LED headlights to accompany the new grille.
Vauxhall has also upgraded the infotainment system to a 10-inch screen that runs a new user interface driven by Qualcomm's Snapdragon Cockpit Platform. In addition to receiving updated visuals, the Corsa's seven-inch digital dash now features wireless smartphone charging for the first time, along with connectivity to Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
New powertrain options will also be available, with the Corsa offering a 51kWh battery and an upgraded 154bhp motor, which will provide a 255-mile range. This is similar to their sibling brand, Peugeot and the e-208 model which also has the same mile range. Additionally, the first 1.2l mild-hybrid engine will join the line-up with two power levels: 99bhp and 134bhp.
The 134bhp motor and 50kWh battery from the current pre-facelift model, with a range of 222 miles will continue to stay, as well as the current entry-level petrol engine with a choice of 74bhp or 99bhp engines.