Opel and Vauxhall, the brands responsible for selling the Corsa in Europe, presented a new version of the model in honor of its 40th anniversary. With six generations in its history, the car has had a total production of 14 million units to date, since 1982.
Precisely for this reason, the new Corsa 40 Years will be reduced to just 1,982 units in all, with the electric version of the model – the Vauxhall Corsa-e Anniversary Edition with right-hand drive – having 1,000 units produced.
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The model comes in a shade of red “Rekord Red”, inspired by the livery of the first generation Corsa. Its 17-inch alloy wheels are finished in gloss black with matte gray accents.
An interesting and even unusual accessory that comes in the same finish as the seats are socks for the owner.
Inside, there’s a retro configuration for the sport seats inspired by the Vauxhall Nova SR from the ’80s. There’s also a 40s emblem plaque.
Equipment includes LED lights, heated seats, heated steering wheel, 7-inch multimedia, reversing camera, front and rear parking sensors, as well as some assistants for the driver.
The electric model is hitting the UK market for £31,000.
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