2012 Opel Corsa receives an extension for its range with a 1.4 liter gasoline engine and 120 horsepower. The unit will be launched with two special editions, All White and All Black.
The engine range from the 2012 Opel Corsa grows with a new gasoline engine. It’s a 1.4-liter petrol unit, already found on the big brother Astra. The engine delivers 120 horsepower (90 kW/122 PS), 175 Nm (130 lb/ft) of torque and comes with a start-stop system as standard.
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2012 Opel Corsa All White & 2012 Opel Corsa All Black
Assisted by a 5-speed manual gearbox, the engine enables small 2012 Opel Corsa, in both bodywork styles, with three or five-doors, to accelerate from 0-100 km/ h (62 mph) in 10.3 seconds and reach a top speed of 195 km/h (121 mph).
Thanks to the ecoFLEX technologies, the unit offers an average of just 5.5 litres/100 km (51.4 imperial mpg, 42.8 US mpg) and emissions of just 129 g/km.
The new engine is launched on the European market with two special editions, named 2012 Opel Corsa All Black and 2012 Opel Corsa All White. As the name suggests, an edition is painted in Carbon Flash and one in Casablanca White.
The aesthetic package of both models is complemented by 17-inch alloy wheels and a grille painted the same color as the body. Of course, the chrome exhaust is there.
Inside the 2012 Opel Corsa, the German designers came with white or gray inserts on the ventilation holes, with special seats, upholstery with the new motifs, sport pedals, tinted windows and a leather steering wheel.
2012 Opel Corsa via | Opel