Opel’s Corsa has been in production since 2006, remaining virtually unchanged over the 7 year period. By today’s standards, it’s archaic. But General Motors German subsidiary is giving the Corsa a new breath of life with a mild facelift, including the continuation of the OPC model.
Autoevolution has secured photos of Opel’s updated Corsa OPC undergoing testing at the Nurburgring. Much like the standard updated Corsa’s we’ve seen undergoing testing recently, the hot OPC version has received a redesigned front end resembling that of the Opel Adam while remaining virtually unchanged from the windscreen backward.
The 2014 Corsa OPC may replace the old 1.6 turbo engine with a new, 200 horsepower version of the SIDI 1.6 liter turbo. In addition, we expect the restyled Corsa will receive a variety of interior improvements, including a restyled instrument panel and center console.