The facelifted version of the Opel Corsa has been recently spotted in action on the Nurburgring, wearing some light camouflage over its front fascia.
The German based automaker Opel is planning to introduce a facelifted version of the Corsa, which should be enough to attract more customers into the popular B-segment hatchback until the future generation will make its way onto the market, probably over the following 2 years. The “new” facelifted Opel Corsa has been spied in action, on the famous German track the Nurburging, where the model was being tested for a few laps.
The 2014 Opel Corsa will be easily distinguishable compared to the outgoing versions thanks to its modified front fascia which will probably include a new front bumper, revised taillights, a new front grille and some modifications to the bonnet. These changes will help the model resemble more to its smaller brother, the Adam. The cabin of the hatchback is also expected to be refreshed, with a new steering wheel and an updated audio system. The engine lineup remains unconfirmed but some small changes might be applied to the units too. Additional details on the facelifted Opel Corsa are limited for the moment and will probably be announced over the following months.
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