Nine millionth Corsa produced at Zaragoza plant

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The nine millionth Corsa has rolled off the production line at Opel/Vauxhall’s Zaragoza plant in spain..

The vivid green “Color Stripes” version, built for a German customer, is powered by a 1.4 L 74 kW (100 hp) unit and features the company’s OPC Line pack 1, which includes a roof spoiler and lower bumper aprons.

The popular hatchback made its début 1982, and has sold under various names around the world, including the Vauxhall Nova, Chevrolet Chevy and Holden Barina. Ninety percent of the vehicles built at the factory in Zaragoza are exported to Germany, the UK, Italy and France.

[Source: Opel]

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