Vauxhall today unveiled the all-new, redesigned 2015 Corsa hatchback, which is set to make its official debut at the Paris Motor Show in October. The Corsa is typically Vauxhall’s best-selling model and is the second most popular nameplate across Europe after 32 years of production with over 12 million units sold, an average of 370,000 cars each year.
To both Opel and Vauxhall the Corsa is an important model, if not the most important. Crucial to the car’s success is its appearance, and this new model has new sheet metal everywhere you look. The car incorporates British designer Mark Adams’ sculptural design style, borrowing small hints and body lines from the Monza Concept.
A notable design feature on the 2015 Corsa is the front fascia, which is similar to the Adam’s and incorporates an all-new, uniquely styled headlight design. The side of the car is more dramatically styled, with deeper body lines and more pronounced curves and creases. Out back, a redesigned rear hatch is flanked by a set of all-new taillights.
We don’t doubt the new Corsa is better in virtually every aspect over the outgoing model, but it’s up to the consumer to decide whether or not it has improved in the looks department. So voice your opinion and vote on whether you think the new Corsa is Hot or Not.