Vauxhall has released fresh details on the imminent all-new Corsa.
The engine consists of a brand new 1.0-litre, 3-cyclinder ECOTEC Direct Injection Turbo petrol. The engine will deliver either 89 or 113bhp. The injection unit successfuly meets the latest Euro 6 emissions regulations, while both versions will produce 125lb ft of torque from 1,800rpm. The stop/start system will be included as a standard and outputs are 74bhp and 94bhp.
CO2 emissions will amount to 85g/km, and a five-speed manual transmission and braking energy recuperation system demonstrates the more polished and somewhat refined approach Vauxhall have taken when devleoping the new-look model. In terms of the interior, a plethora of driver assitance systems will be available which Vauxhall is describing as ''unrivalled in the class''. IntelliLink connectivity will also act as a standard for the majority of models.
As with most new releases, the car's official reveal will be at the Paris Motor Show from October 2 onwards. Details from Porto de Versailles will be covered in depth, so don't forget to keep checking back here as we'll have the latest news and views as soon as they're announced.