Vauxhall is making the switch to electric easier with lower on-the-road prices across the all-electric Corsa-e range, as part of its 2021 model updates to both the Corsa and Corsa-e. Alongside the new on-the-road prices for the new all-electric Corsa-e, the 2021 Corsa and Corsa-e models feature new styling updates, a wider trim selection and new engines for the Corsa.
Vauxhall’s all-new Corsa is available on personal contract purchase (PCP) from £211 per month with zero per cent interest and £0 deposit. The company says that the new model has the most efficient Corsa powertrains ever. It also has modern infotainment and connectivity, including multimedia systems with up to 10-inch touchscreens, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. IntelliLux LED headlights are available for the first time on a Corsa.
Just weeks after opening reservations for the battery-electric version, Vauxhall’s all-new fifth generation Corsa, which features a new range of petrol and diesel powertrains, is available to order now priced from £15,550 on the road. Diesel models start at £17,560.
Just a few weeks after the presentation of the battery-electric version, Vauxhall has released first pictures of the all-new fifth generation Corsa, that features a new range of petrol and diesel powertrains.
The Vauxhall Corsa, one of Britain’s most popular cars, is going electric, and is now available for reservation. Vauxhall describes the Corsa-e as the flag-bearer for a completely new Corsa range, based on Vauxhall’s CMP Multi-Energy Platform.
Vauxhall’s all-new fifth generation Corsa is close to the end of development, “primed to become the most efficient Corsa ever after undergoing extensive testing and tuning”. The company says its engineers have used the long polar winters in Swedish Lapland for intensive testing on frozen lakes and on snow-covered roads. Pre-production cars have been lapping the test tracks at the test centre for handling tuning, and the car has undergone electrical tests in the laboratory.
Vauxhall has released a teaser image of the all-new Corsa featuring its new IntelliLux LED headlights, which it says will be a segment first.The company says the fifth-generation Corsa will take EV motoring into the mainstream with a battery electric model in the range for the first time, as well as internal combustion engine variants
Vauxhall will embark on an electric-focused technology drive, which it says will transform its range over the next two years at a similar rate to its first heady days as a car manufacturer at the start of the last century.
Diesels take 48.5 per cent of record UK car sales of over 2.6 million in 2015