Chevrolet reveals concept Adra

Chevrolet reveals concept Adra

Chevrolet used the Hall of New Delhi to present a new concept car, the crossover Adra. The model was fully developed by General Motors technical center in India, located in Bangalore.

Thus, the Chevrolet explains the concept Adra adopts global visual language of the brand, but was thought to adapt to the daily lives of Indian drivers. The model offers high steering position, good visibility and overall less than 4 meters long.

It is likely but not guaranteed to launch a production version of the concept Adra. If the green light is given for its manufacture, it should rival Ford EcoSport and Renault Duster. Thus far, no technical specification was confirmed by Chevrolet.

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