As an ‘OPC Line’ pack, the new option will sit below the full-bottle Corsa OPC hot hatch due in the coming year, focusing instead on sporty looks.
For 2015, the Corsa OPC Line kit includes a front lip spoiler, longer side skirts and a tailgate-mounted spoiler, along with black accents and a chrome-finished exhaust tip.
Gloss black alloys round out the exterior tweaks, while the interior gains a flat-bottomed steering wheel, leather-wrapped shifter and alloy pedals. Red highlights are also featured in the version shown here.
The Corsa’s mechanical package remains unchanged, with power provided by a choice of 66kW and 84kW 1.0 litre turbo, 73kW/200Nm 1.4 petrol turbo, 51kW and 66kW naturally-aspirated 1.2 and 1.4 petrol engines, and a pair of 55kW and 70kW 1.3 litre diesels.
As for Australia, Holden has yet to confirm if the new Corsa will figure in its new Opel-sourced range, although we could see the German hatch come here as a more premium companion to the price-leading Barina.