Vauxhall has confirmed UK specs and prices for the facelifted version of its Corsa supermini.

The updated model comes with a simplified range structure featuring a choice of three equipment grades – Design, GS, and Ultimate.

Standard equipment with the Design grade includes automatic LED headlights, automatic wipers, rear parking sensors, a 10in touchscreen (7in on the 136hp Electric version), automatic emergency braking with pedestrian detection, lane departure warning with lane keep assist, and speed sign recognition.

Further features of the GS grade include a reversing camera, 17in alloy wheels, and 7in digital instrument cluster.

Extra equipment with the Ultimate grade includes pixel matrix LED headlights, blind spot alert, adaptive cruise control with lane positioning assist, heated and massaging seats, a heated steering wheel, and keyless entry and start.

Upgrades with the facelifted Corsa include a bigger battery and more powerful electric motor being made available with the Electric variant, at 51kWh and 156hp respectively, with an official range of 246 miles between charges. The existing 136hp motor option also remains in the range.

Other powertrain options are 75hp, 100hp, and 130hp petrol engines, with a petrol mild hybrid option also due to join the range later this year.

Exterior design changes include the addition of Vauxhall’s ‘Vizor’ front-end arrangement.

The updated Corsa range is available to order now, with the first deliveries due in the fourth quarter of 2023. Prices start at £19,625 for a 75hp petrol Design, and rise as high as £38,585 for a 156hp Electric Ultimate.