Pictures of the new Opel Corsa leaked well ahead of the car's official debut and now an independent designer from Hungary named X-Tomi Design took a chance and rendered a five-door variant of it. Suggested as a five-door model, the car can't be said to look too bad.

Even though the chances of an actual production are less than zero, the envisioned Opel Corsa with five doors seems to be a good option. It will be more practical and will definitely offer bigger convenience. The three – door car is a sort of a significant upgrade of the previous 2 – door Corsa and is considered to be a huge and innovative step. So, X-Tomi Design, your creation is unlikely to come to life.

Power for the on-going and existing 2015 Opel Corsa is provided by a 1.6-litre turbocharged engine, which generates 205 HP (150 kW) and 245 Nm (181 lb-ft) of maximum torque, between 1,900rpm and 5,800rpm. An overboost facility brings additional 35Nm of torque which ensures safer and smoother overtaking. Corsa VXR achieves 37.7mpg on the combined cycle with CO2 emissions of 174g/km. Power is transmitted to the front wheels thanks to a second-generation six-speed transmission that has a short, fluid gearchange.

Finally, if customers are willing to spend more money, they can get the Corsa OPC with Performance Package which includes 330 mm front brakes by Brembo, 18-inch wheels with Michelin tires, and a mechanical multi-disc differential lock produced by Drexler.

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Source: Xtomi.blogspot