Vauxhall introduced the new 2020 Vauxhall Corsa at the Frankfurt auto show in petrol and electric cars before customer deliveries begin in January. The Vauxhall Corsa 2020 model have higher aerodynamics and lower weight than its predecessor, which is a good base for fuel economy, ride quality and handling. The new Vauxhall Corsa 2020 will weigh 980kg, which is 10% lighter than the outgoing Cosa. Engineers have confirmed that the car will pass through the air cleaner by installing an aero active cover on the grille, which closes at high speeds, along with a smooth bottom and rear spoiler.
Vauxhall 2020 Corsa is one of the first production vehicles to be launched since joining Peugeot in 2017. As a result, this handsome road car shares many things with the new Peugeot 208. From the front, the new Vauxhall Corsa’s large grille and curvy wraparound lamps are not much different from the ones closest to the French. It’s the same story in the background, but the familiar look of the Vauxhall Corsa will certainly appeal to those who may be more inclined to walk around the road with carelessness than from the crowd.
2020 Vauxhall Corsa Features
The new 2020 Corsa features a great change of style compared to the current model, with a wider grille and lighter design similar to the one seen on recent Vauxhall SUVs. The fuel and diesel variants are remarkably similar to the Corsa-e electric model, with standard sports alloy wheels models. Inside, the new Corsa features a similar wardrobe to its electric counterpart, with the option of a 12-inch or 10-inch infotainment screen. All gas-free models are built on the Peugeot- Citroen Common Modular Platform (CMP), shared with Peugeot 208. Vauxhall says the new Corsa will be better to drive and thanks to the new aluminum engines, its lightweight and redesigned body shell.
2020 Vauxhall Corsa Design
That bodyshell includes high-strength steel construction, saving 40kg in an older car, including the aluminum bonnet which alone saves 2.4kg. The new engines save about 15kg more than those in the outgoing model and the Corsa interior has been redesigned to cut weight; remodeled seats shave 10kg. The total amount added together adds up to 108kg. With a brand new design, the upcoming Corsa is larger than its predecessor, with a longer wheelbase. This increase in size gives it a great boot and extra center. The new Corsa is expected to be sold in the form of only five departments.
2020 Vauxhall Corsa Interior
Inside, the Corsa is more comfortable and advanced than ever before, and it can surprise anyone who wants to be considered slowing down in a wider car. While Volkswagen team champions seem to be reducing quality in some of its new locations, Corsa is taking drastic measures. The soft-touch instruments now adorn the top of the dashboard with a colorful color scheme with a dash embedded in the dashboard.
Most trims feature a seven-inch touchscreen, which is replaced by a 10-inch mirror in the top-topping Ultimate Nav model, and when you add tape that attaches to the top of the badges you probably think you’re sitting on an Audi. There are other physical controls, which do more heat control and less air than using a central screen. There is also a visible volume button and shortcut keys to quickly access important features. A digital metal panel is also on offer but we have found it strange that it does not fill the space offered, making it look cheaper than the wider viewing angles.
2020 Vauxhall Corsa Engine
Under the new Vauxhall Corsa Bonnet will be a choice of 75hp unsaturated engine, 1.2hp electric turbocharged 1.2-liter engine and 1.5-liter diesel engine with 100hp. The entry-level petrol engine comes with a five-speed manual as powerful as standard, while the other two modes get a six-speed unit. You’ll be able to get an eight-speed automatic gearbox, too. This Corsa-e model will be able to drive 205 miles in standard mode, but stick it in Eco mode and Vauxhall says it will be able to get another 80 miles. Charging from a blank to 80% full takes 30 minutes to use a quick public charger, too, and the Corsa-e’s 136hp electric car means it’ll go from 0-60mph in 8.1 seconds.
2020 Vauxhall Corsa Safety
The Euro NCAP was defeated by the Euro, Corsa received a four-star rating – the same score as the Peugeot 208 that it shares in most parts. While Corsa scored the most points in most places, with 84% and 86% protection for adults and children, as of 208, Corsa was noted to be illegal protection for rear passengers. The safety kit is quite impressive, with features such as pre-collision warning and emergency vehicle detection with pedestrian detection, speed limit, sidewalk and traffic signal recognition.