Ahead of its launch at the Paris Motor Show in October Vauxhall have released more specs for their brand new Corsa.
The super-popular supermini will be available with the firm’s brand new 1.0 ECOTECH motor, a three-cylinder turbocharged petrol in the vein of Ford’s similar effort.
The teeny engine can be specced to pump out 89 or an impressive 113 bhp with both boasting 125lb ft of torque.
Petrol buyers will also be able to buy 1.2 litre 69 bhp and 1.4litre 89 bhp versions of their Corsa.
For fans of oil burners there is a 1.3 CDTi motor, producing either 74 or 94 bhp, both of which come with start/stop as standard. The less powerful of the pair manages 87.8 mpg and a tax free 85g/km of CO2.
Inside a seven-inch touchscreen will be found, able to connect with both Android and Apple devices.
While no specific spec lists have been confirmed yet Vauxhall say the Corsa will be available with a heated windscreen, hill start assist and tyre pressure monitors as standard.
In addition bi-xenon headlights, park assist, blind spot monitoring, rear view camera, road sign recognition, lane departure warning, high beam assist, following distance indication, forward collision warning systems.
Prices for the Corsa will be announced on October 2 with the first models rolling off the production line later this year.