Vauxhall has today revealed the pricing for the new Corsa range, including the revamped Corsa Electric, which features a top spec model, coming in at £38,585. The current, outgoing Corsa Electric is on sale now from £34,080 in GS trim, or £36,685 for Ultimate. The new Corsa electric will start from £32,445 for the 134bhp unit, or from £38,585 for 154bhp.

Vauxhall will still be offering petrol Corsa models, starting from £19,625, ranging up to £25,605. These models come with either a 1.2-litre mid hybrid engine, with either 99bhp or 134bhp. A standard petrol engine is still available too, with either 74bhp or 99bhp and can be had with either a five speed manual, six speed manual or eight speed automatic system. However, the five speed is only available on entry level engines.

For the Corsa E, while the prices have gone up it does now have more range as standard, thanks to improvements found elsewhere in the Stellantis group. The Corsa Electric now shares the upgraded system from the Peugeot e-208, good for 246 miles of range from a 51kWh battery pack. This will be available with either a 134bhp or 154bhp unit.

In terms of design, lots of visual changes have been made to the front, with a much improved grille using the company’s ‘Vizor’ theme, with a black panel in-between the headlights.

The new Corsa can be ordered now, with first customer deliveries to start later in the year.