The Brussels Motor Show has recently seen the debut of another version of the Opel Corsa, called the Corsavan, which is showing its more practical side.
Opel has officially shown the new Corsavan during the 2015 Brussels Motor Show, in a premiere. The model in question has been already added to the small Corsa family and it is said to have started taking orders. The model in question has been based on the 3-door version of the car and it stands at 4,021 mm long, 1,944 mm wide and 1,479 mm tall, coming with an 21 kg increased payload to 571 kg and a loading area of 920 liters.
Standard items found on it include the half height sidewal paneling, the load resistant lashing eyes for stabilizing cargo, the half height steel bulkhead, the solid steel floor and so on, while for some extra cash, the company will add the rubber floor mat, four piece load compartment cover upper load resistant mesh, 7-inch display for the IntelliLink infotainment, Opel Eye front camera, Traffic Sign Recognition, Lane Departure Warning, Forward Collision Warning and much more.
The Opel Corsavan is packing a 1.4 liter gasoline and a 1.3 liter turbo diesel units under its hood, which are rated between 70 HP and 95 HP. The carmaker says that the 1.3 CDTI has been updated especially for this model and it is putting down 190 Nm (140 lb-ft) of torque, meeting the Euro 6 emission standards and burning just 3.3L / 100 km while emitting 88g / km of CO2. The model will hit dealerships in the first quarter of this year.