As a result of the ultra-high demand for the compact eye-catching Opel Corsa, the Russelsheim-based automobile manufacturer has informed that it will increase the production of its urban ride by 16,000 units starting immediately.

The new Corsas will be covered by the brand's facility in Eisenach, Germany, which will increase its production by 9,000 units, while the plant in Zaragoza, Spain will build around 7,000 cars more than the originally targeted.

At the moment, the Corsa line-up swims in tempting offers starring the recently released Corsa ecoFLEX 1.3-liters CDTI turbo diesel with CO2 emissions of 98g/km and the head-turning Opel Corsa Color Race edition that renders winning checkered graphics blended with vibrant motor sport Sunny Melon Yellow shade or with Casablanca White and Magma Red.

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