In these difficult times, which unfortunately, or fortunately (depends on which side of the barricade are you) began to be felt in all countries, it is easier to not put soul on special edition models, like Vauxhall Astra and Corsa, because they have only some extra hp and a few different elements of design. Nothing spectacular.
In practice, in a market that is becoming more competitive, these special editions would provide value for money and is also nice to see a producer who is ambitious to make some tuning for their models.
British Company- Vauxhall, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation (GM) and part of GM Europe, introduces special editions such models Corsa and Astra VXR.
Editions in question are intended to celebrate victories achieved last year with Vauxhall BTCC (British Touring Championship Cup), where the British manufacturer has won all three existing titles – from producers, drivers and team.
Inside, Recaro seats are dressed in the leather and Piano Black inserts.
For those interested, there are discounts for buying the Remus exhaust (which may still provide 20CP) and various parts and Vauxhall accessories.
The second edition will be out in 888 copies as a token of recognition for the Triple Eight Engineering who built the team VX Racing Vauxhall cars.
Prices for the editions Corsa and the VX Racing Astra are between 17,425 pounds (19,500 euros) and 21,445 pounds (24,000 euros). Hurry to buy it!