The new Opel Corsa-e now has a range of more than 400 kilometres, as well as being more powerful.
Opel, which belongs to the Stellantis group, maintains the group’s strategy, and now it is the turn of the Opel Corsa-e utility car, a renewal not only internally but also externally with a new design more in line with the latest models launched by the brand.
Opel is expected to deliver the new Corsa-e to its first owners by the end of 2023.
But let’s start by talking about the name, the Opel Corsa-e will abandon this nomenclature to be called Opel Corsa Electric, something that we have already seen in other 100% electric models of the brand and that it seems that all the brands of the group are going to adopt.
The new Opel Corsa Electric also adopts the new Vizor design language, which has already been adopted by the new Opel Astra and is now implemented on the new Corsa with a new front end and LED headlights as standard (Matrix Intellillux LED adaptive headlights are available as an option).
Moving on to the interior of the car, the first thing we see is a new multifunction steering wheel and a new fully digital instrument cluster as standard, leaving the analogue instrument cluster behind.
On the other hand, the 10″ touch screen will feature the latest software of the brand, which integrates artificial intelligence that will allow us to control the entire system of the vehicle. In addition, the new Opel Corsa Electric 2024 will be ready to receive software updates remotely. As usual, it offers integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
Performance of the new Opel Corsa Electric 2024
As mentioned above, the new Opel Corsa 2024 not only gets a facelift on the outside (aesthetics), but its “guts” have also undergone an upgrade, with a new optimised powertrain from Stellantis.
This translates into a new 115 kW (156 hp) electric motor which, despite generating more power, is more efficient. The new 50 kWh battery provides a range of 402 kilometres instead of the 357 kilometres offered by the current version, thanks to the vehicle’s efficiency.
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