Chevrolet completely revealed new SUV WolanduoJuly 12, 2018
Quite popular and famous model Chevrolet Orlando has received a successor, which will be presented in the near future. And the American brand has completely revealed the novelty, and told some details.
Last week the first teasers of Chevrolet Wolanduo appeared on the network, and already now the company decided to fully declassify the future compact in the style of crossovers. According to the company, the car will be in demand among young families who want to buy a practical but stylish car. Sales will begin in the third quarter of this year, but the exact date is not yet reported.
The novelty received a fairly long body and a seven-seater salon. However, the exterior design is made in a fast-paced style, and the size of the car is not visually felt. This is due to the fact that the minivan is made in a new style based on the conceptual model of the Chevrolet FNR-X, which debuted last year.
And for the purchase will be available version with a more sporty design and a package of Redline. And the photos of the latter were declassified. Features of this modification: black emblem, radiator grille and discs, red inserts on the bumper and exterior mirrors.
Unfortunately, detailed technical specifications are not disclosed yet, but it can be assumed that the length of the car will be at least 5 meters, and the third row of seats can be quite comfortable and spacious for two adults.
We can assume that Chevrolet Wolanduo will receive an information and entertainment system, front airbags, stabilization and assistance to the driver, as well as the climate system already in the standard configuration. For an additional fee, the equipment list can be significantly expanded.
It is assumed that under the hood will operate a modest 1.3-liter turbo. Couple with him will be offered both a mechanical and an automatic transmission, but the drive will be exclusively front.
The model is designed exclusively for the Chinese market, where it will be produced at a joint venture between GM and SAIC. While there is no information on the plans of Chevrolet to supply the novelty to other countries.