The interior layout, fit and finish
Inside, the Corsa-e’s design does little to stir the soul, displaying about as much character as a corporate airport hotel room. There’s little wrong with its quality, which is robust throughout, but it looks especially sober compared to the exuberant interior of the Peugeot e-208.
Its driving position is better than that of its Peugeot cousin, though; the e-208 has a small steering wheel that you’re supposed to look over rather than through, but restricted visibility of the instrument display behind it can cause issues for some drivers. In its place, the Corsa-e has a more traditional layout that’s likely to suit everyone. Analogue dials come as standard for the driver display, these being swapped for a fully digital screen on top Elite Nav trim. This has clear graphics, but at 7.0in in size, is smaller than the e-208’s.