What is it?
The Clubsport takes the place of the seldom-seen Nürburgring Edition, which sunk without trace despite our fondness for it. Only a new Remus sports exhaust and a marginally better name differentiate new from old.
That doesn’t immediately seem like enough, but because the previous car had some notably trick items on its kit list (all carried over), there are several good reasons to be cheerful.
Among them is the fact that the Clubsport continues to sit low on bespoke Bilstein springs and inverted dampers, comes to a halt courtesy of lighter Brembo brakes and goes a wee bit quicker than the standard Corsa VXR thanks to the slightly higher 202bhp and 184lb ft of torque rendered by a modified ECU.