While the prototype has recently been spotted undergoing winter testing in Northern Europe, Brazilian render artist, Kleber Silva, has penned a pair of drawings of what the internally designated Corsa F could possibly look like.
As previously indicted, the Corsa will move from former parent company General Motors’ Small Common Components and Systems (SCCS) platform, co-developed with Fiat and used as far back as 2005, to PSA’s CMP that will also underpin the new Peugeot 208.
Though styling will take after the GT X Experiential concept shown in August last year, Silva’s depictions uses the bigger 308’s profile as a base with the front facia resembling that of the Opel Grandland X, while the rear only gets different light clusters with the trademark TURBO badge on the bootlid.
While only a render, and unlikely to resemble its SUV sibling, what is known as that the Corsa will come powered by the same range of PureTech turbocharged petrol engines and possibly BlueHDI mills employed in the 208 and the new Citroën C3, with an all-electric variant, dubbed eCrosa, confirmed for 2020.
More details are likely to emerge in the coming months leading up to the Corsa’s world premiere.