New Cruze runs in Tests
One of the most successful models from Chevrolet in several markets (including Brazil), the Cruze will undergo a radical change soon, both inside and out.
Despite the camouflage, these images will show how the model which has a more pronounced front grille, following the new visual identity of Chevrolet. The design is more sporty, carrying more inclined windshield than the current sedan and smooth ceiling, remembering quite a coupe. The headlights appear to be smaller and more tapered, while the lanterns continue to invade the back cover, but now more protruded into the side.
The interior has been completely redesigned. Besides the multifunctional steering wheel, the cabin features a new (and large) for touchscreen multimedia system, positioned between the outputs of air conditioning arranged vertically. The panel will also have several chrome appliqu?s and various technologies including voice recognition system, automatic parking, warning of involuntary change of track and start-stop. Provisionally codenamed D2SC, the Cruze will use the new global Delta platform, which will be exploited in many General Motors, including the next generation of Volt, Equinox and even the Opel Astra. Production of the sedan will be launched by mid-year, and, as already happens today, it will be sold under the Chevrolet, Holden and Daewoo brands, according to the strategy outlined by GM for each market.