• Sep 5, 2006
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Irmscher, the German tuning firm, has released its first set of accessories for the new Opel Corsa. Sporty right out of the factory, the Irmscher mods inject some additional visual flair into GM Europe's new subcompact.

The available bits include a chrome-trimmed grille, two different rear spoilers, new front and side skirts, and a revised rear bumper cover with either single or dual exhaust cutouts. Irmscher offers a choice of two aftermarket mufflers -- one corresponding to each bumper style. Wheel upgrades come in the form of the five-stars depicted above or the attractive 16-spoke design shown after the jump. Finally, a squatter stance can be achieved courtesy of a lowering kit that drops the car 30mm.

Inside, the Corsa can be individualized in a number of ways. Custom leather, aluminum trim pieces (such as the pedals and handbrake handle), and a new center armrest with storage bin are among the available upgrades.

Irmscher's accessorization programs are available for 3- and 5-door Corsas, and while the deeper of the two rear spoilers seems a bit too bulky for our tastes, we have to say that the other external enhancements look quite good. The new Corsa is a nicely-designed machine, and Irmscher wisely embraces subtlety in their visual modifications.

(Additional photos after the jump)

[Source: Irmscher via Autoblog Spanish]
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      • 8 Years Ago
      Now that should be sold here as a Saturn. It would smoke the Fit.
      • 8 Years Ago
      strangely enough, i prefer the original design

      the bodykit, while subtle, still doesn't suit the corsa. especially that rear spoiler.

      still, at least it will separate you from the million corsas which no doubt will be inhabiting the roads of the uk
      • 8 Years Ago
      I'd buy that over a Fit any day.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Not bad, though I think I would either delete the upper, rear spoiler or paint the smaller one in a semi-gloss black. The bigger upper rear spoiler looks like a huge melted blob on the back of the car, and I can't imagine anyone wanting one.
      • 8 Years Ago
      nice photos! thanks!
      • 8 Years Ago
      Not bad looking at all. I do like the 4 door a little more then the two door. There is something about the upright effect of the C-piller that just looks better to me then on the two door. As for which set of rims I like best, Secound and third pictures show what I think are the best.

      Its really too bad there is no chance of this car making it to America. Its not bad looking, looks like you could acomplish alot with it.