The Opel Corsa is a model that since the beginning of the year manages to be in first place on the Greek market. Recently, the German company proceeded with a renewal and now the price in Greece has been announced. The renewed Opel Corsa, therefore, is now available throughout Greece with a starting price of 17,900 euros in the 75 hp version with the manual transmission.
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Part of the changes is the renewal in the front section, where we now find the so-called “Opel Visor” mask with a large black surface. The lighting bodies are also of a new design and at the front we find the Intelli-Lux LEDs. In the rear part there are no significant changes, while a notable addition is the new color “Grafik Grey”. Inside, changes are limited to digital technologies. Behind the steering wheel, a screen in the role of an instrument panel is offered as an option, while in the center there are options for a touchscreen up to 10 inches in size. A new high-resolution panoramic reversing camera can also be fitted as an option.
First time with 48V mild hybrid motors
In the engine sector, the most important upgrade is the integration of a mild hybrid engine, with the 1.2 lt. petrol to produce 100 and 136 hp. The new Opel Corsa will be the first model of the German manufacturer to be offered with 48V hybrid drive technology and is expected on the Greek market in the 1st quarter of 2024.
Of course, the remaining petrol engines with 75, 100 and 130 hp are still offered, while two are now the purely electric versions for the Opel Corsa Electric. The power is set to 136 and 156 hp, with the autonomy set to 357 and 402 km respectively. On a fast charger, the battery goes from 20 to 80% in just 30 minutes.