The 2015 Opel Corsa OPC Line is not the full-blown hot-hatch range expected from the German arm of General Motors, but the new styling packs hint at future faster models bearing Opel Performance Centre badging.
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The newly unveiled Corsa OPC Line receives a range of styling changes including a new lower lip spoiler at the front, side skirts, and a tailgate-mounted rear spoiler. Black highlights on the grille, mirror caps and black wheels add further cred, and there's a chrome tailpipe.

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The interior of the Corsa features some OPC Line changes, too, with a pack that includes vertical tartan trim, a flat-bottomed steering wheel, leather-trimmed gear knob and alloy racing pedals. Further trim changes include red highlights and black dash accents.

A proper OPC hot-hatch version of the Corsa is due to be unveiled within 12 months, and the company has enlisted the help of Australian engineers to ensure the pint-sized model reaches its pocket rocket potential. That car will use a 1.6-litre turbo engine and could produce more than 150kW of power.

As standard, the Corsa range is powered by a number of different engines, including a pair of small-capacity 1.0-litre three-cylinder turbos, a 1.4-litre turbo, two normally aspirated four-cylinders (1.2L and 1.4L), and a 1.3-litre diesel in two states of tune.

As CarAdvice has previously reported, the Corsa is expected to be part of Holden's future product line-up, possibly as a pricier, more upmarket alternative to the Barina hatch.