Chevrolet Corsica is a front-wheel drive and a mid-sized automobile, which was powered by general motors. Corsica was built on GM L platform and shared the L body with two door Beretta and badge engineering revival of Pontiac Tempest that was significantly the same vehicle sold in Canada. The Chevrolet Corsica was available in four trims and two styles. The Corsica was initially made available as fleet cars to large companies and rental agencies. The Beretta and Corsica were the 2nd best-selling cars in 1988 in United States. The door handles of Corsica were colored silver, whereas the Corsica LTZ/LT has black colored handles. One particular feature that was considered odd was that few earlier models had column shifter with the handbrake in between front seats. The hatchback was also introduced later that was an LTZ performance package including several suspension parts from Beretta.