They're joined by an Aston, a Cadillac, and more.
British artist Alex Chinneck hangs a Vauxhall Corsa upside down and fifteen feet in the air on a 50-foot curved ribbon of tarmac as an artistic installation in London.
Some of Opel's models make it to the US as Buicks. The new Corsa OPC isn't one of them, and that's a bit of a shame.
European workers who need to get small packages through narrow streets may want to check out the new Opel Corsavan, the commercial version of GM's recently updated Euro-market hatchback, introduced at the 2015 Brussels Motor Show in Belgium.
Vauxhall skate party -- Click above to watch video
Here's another World Environment Day announcement, this one from GM: Vauxhall will give buyers a nice £1000 discount on efficient new Corsa, Astra, Meriva or Zafira models (but not a VXR8) if they recycle their old cars. Car UK has the details on this plan, which is part of GM's ecoFLEX campaign.
Vauxhall has started selling a new Corsa, the CO2RSA 1.3CDTi with a 75PS engine, in the UK. This car has lower emissions than the previous Corsa CDTi's output, down from 124g/km to 119g/km. As Vauxhall is careful to point out, those 5g/km mean this Corsa fits into the VED Group B, and the cost of the annual tax disc drops from £115 to £35. The cleaner CO2RSA also might be exempt from the London Congestion Charge if the mayor's proposals for next year are approved. Oh, and Vauxhall sa