Motorists looking for a car aimed at having a positive impact on the environment could look in the direction of the latest Vauxhall Corsa.
The Corsa ecoFLEX is the most economical car in Vauxhall’s 106-year history, generating just 105g/km of carbon dioxide alongside providing motorists with 85.6 miles to the gallon through the extra urban fuel cycle.
The CO2 figure offers a 14g/km improvement on the outgoing Corsa model, while the fuel efficiency shows a progression of 13 per cent.
To help improve the vehicle’s efficiency, Vauxhall has introduced a raft of developments to the Corsa ecoFLEX.
These include improvements to the aerodynamics, while lower engine revs are created through the inclusion of "taller gearing".
Furthermore, driving around town is made easier as a shorter second-gear ratio has been introduced.
The Vauxhall Corsa ecoFLEX can be bought in both three and five-door forms and according to the manufacturer is "small yet stylish and cheeky yet charming".