Opel used this year Brussels Motor Show to unveil a new version of its new generation Corsa. The small hatchback is now derived in a utility vehicle, the all new Corsavan.
The car will reach European showrooms next month with a new design and a fresh chassis. To help small businesses, the new Corsavan features class-leading payload, up by 21kg versus the outgoing model to 571kg, and a flat loading capacity of 920 litres. All this even if it is just 4.02 metres (13.1 feet) long and 1.94 metres (6.4 feet) wide.
The engine options include a Euro-6 compliant petrol and diesel, offering economy up to 83.1 mpg and CO2 emissions as low as 90 g/km.
There’s also advanced new IntelliLink infotainment smartphone connectivity along an improved list of options: electronic climate control, Winter Pack with heated seats and heated steering wheel, the IntelliLink with 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system incorporating Bluetooth and DAB, 16-inch black alloy wheels and rear parking sensors.
Safety Features 
There is also Technical Pack which includes forward collision alert, lane departure warning, rear camera, traffic sign recognition and following distance indicator.
In UK the car will reach showrooms also in February, under the Vauxhall brand and with a starting price of 11.533 GBP.