- Vauxhall has revealed UK pricing and specification for the New Corsa.
The New Corsa will feature Vauxhall’s bold and pure Vizor front end across the range as well as a number of additional styling and technology improvements, while fully electric models are available with Vauxhall’s next-generation battery technology, improving both range and performance.
New for Corsa Electric is Vauxhall’s next-generation 51kWh battery. This, combined with an upgraded electric motor now producing 115kW (156PS), results in the New Corsa Electric delivering more performance whilst achieving 246 miles (WLTP) between charges.
From 3rd August, buyers will be able to choose between two powertrain options on the Corsa Electric, with the existing 100kW (136PS) powertrain remaining available, which achieves up to 222 miles between charges (WLTP).
The New Corsa will also be available from launch with a choice of efficient 1.2-litre petrol engines. Customers can choose from a naturally-aspirated 75PS engine paired with a five-speed manual gearbox, a turbocharged 100PS engine with a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic gearbox, or a 130PS unit available as an eight-speed automatic. A new 48-volt hybrid powertrain will also be available later this year.
The New Vauxhall Corsa is available in a choice of three trim levels – Design, GS and Ultimate – with prices starting from £19,625. Orders are open now, with first deliveries in Q4 2023.
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