2011 Chevy Aveo

10 Jan 2010 | 3,283 views | No Comment
2011-chevy-aveo-rear There will be a lot of exciting iron introduced at the North American International Auto Show and one of the biggest surprises, we think, will be Chevy’s new Aveo RS concept. Forget everything you ever thought you knew about Aveo, because this one is unlike any you’ve seen before. A tough little street racer design, the Aveo RS concept looks like every tuner’s dream, and every small car lover’s delight. Small, brutish, and full of charisma, it’s just the ticket to jumpstart sales of the Aveo, and its distinctive enough to set it apart from everything else out there. “We hope the Aveo RS show car will demonstrate that we are as serious about redefining the Aveo and its place in the small-car segment as we were about reinventing the Malibu,” said Jim Campbell, Chevrolet general manager. 2011-chevy-aveo-front The car has a lot of cool details, not the least of which is the striking blue paint that will remind many people of the popular shade of marina blue that Chevy used back in the late 1960s. It features a high beltline and a low roofline, a dual element grille, round taillights and fender flares. The front end features low openings and a lower mouth trimmed in brushed unpolished aluminum. You’ll see outboard fog lamps that are “integrated into an exaggerated brake=-cooling inlet that flows into the front fender flares, crating an aggressive-looking face,“ Chevy says in its press release. The Aveo RS show car, finished in electric Boracay Blue, wears global Chevrolet design cues such as the dual element grille, round taillamps and fender flares, but designers turned up the attitude on the show car with low openings and a lower mouth trimmed in a combination of brushed and polished aluminum. Outboard fog lamps are integrated into an exaggerated brake-cooling inlet that flows into the front fender flares, creating an aggressive-looking face. 2011-chevy-aveo-int Inside you’ll see plenty of blue stitching, leather seats, a dual cockpit instrument panel that has become one of the hallmarks of Chevy interior design, and ice-bluer backlighting on several interior elements.. The show car shares its engine with the Chevy Cruze--a 138 horsepower four cylinder Ecotec turbocharged engine.

Leave your response!

Add your comment below, or trackback from your own site. You can also subscribe to these comments via RSS.

Be nice. Keep it clean. Stay on topic. No spam.

You can use these tags:
<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>

This is a Gravatar-enabled weblog. To get your own globally-recognized-avatar, please register at Gravatar.

aj on twitter aj on facebook