British automaker Vauxhall (Opel) has unveiled the new Corsa-e Griffin city electric car with a lower price tag and more standard equipment. Griffin is a fresh package with an extended list of basic equipment.
Vauxhall Corsa-e Griffin in terms of equipment is slightly higher than SE Nav, but cheaper. This configuration is priced at £ 26,390 ($ 36,400), making it the most affordable to date. Nevertheless, the car is equipped with many useful electronic assistants, among which there is automatic emergency braking, lane control and an exit warning system. It also features speed sign recognition, forward collision warning and driver tracking (cup of coffee mode).
While the older trim levels are equipped with a ten-inch touchscreen, the Corsa-e Griffin has a 7-inch multimedia with support for Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and navigation. The Griffin-spec also adds heated front seats and steering wheel, automatic headlights and windshield wipers. The exterior features a black contrast roof, tinted rear windows, LED fog lights and 17-inch two-tone alloy wheels.
The power of the engine installed under the hood of the model is 134 hp, and the declared power reserve is approximately 400 km. From zero to one hundred kilometers, the electric car accelerates in 8.1 seconds. Despite an impressive list of optional equipment, the Griffin is £ 750 cheaper (approximately $ 1,000) than the SE Nav Premium.
We also advise you to watch a detailed review of the Opel Corsa from the FineAuto team: