2019 Opel Corsa: To Come With PSA Technology And All New Architecture

May 03, 2017 12:20 AM EDT | Paul Urban

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The 2019 Opel Corsa is expected to arrive two years from now and it will be one good vehicle. It is reported to receive PSA technology when the German brand moved under their umbrella this year.

The 2019 Opel Corsa is also the fourth joint project with the French giant after the Crossland X and Grandland X together with the Combo utility vehicle. This partnership and collaboration are expected to elevate the level of comfort, design, and the all-important performance of the Corsa coming two years from now.

The upcoming Corsa is also expected to come on an entirely new architecture, which sets it apart from the rest. The successor will come in either 3- or 4-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. It is even made more top notch because of its turbocharging technology and range-topping OTC reported at 1.6-liter per unit.

The PSA hardware for the upcoming Corsa allows Peugeot and Citroen to be more cost efficient. This is possible by reducing manufacturing cost while improving profit. This is also expected to be the first of many as PSA may lend more of its components to future Opel/Vauxhall products in the coming years.

This move, however, draws in different reactions from industry experts. Some say that it is a smart move as it gives the company more opportunity to develop better and improved products, while the rest still would want for Opel to handle the engineering of its own cars. Whatever the reaction is, this decision has definitely gone through intense research and study so it is guaranteed to work for the company's benefit.

At the end of the day, this may concern buyers to the very least. This can be patterned after Volkswagen and its MQB platform. It is known that models from different brands share the same hardware and it has been working seamlessly. With this, the 2019 Opel Corsa will definitely impress industry experts and car enthusiasts upon its official release.

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