Chevrolet Orlando off-road turned into a hybridJune 11, 2020
About the start of sales of the updated crossover modification, General Motors reports. The novelty not only acquired an improved power plant, but also became richer in options.
A new generation Chevrolet Orlando was introduced back in the late summer of 2018. From its predecessor, the novelty was distinguished by a radically changed design. The family compact car has got an off-road character: a dimensional radiator grill, spectacular LED optics, as well as a catchy protective plastic body kit throughout the body.
Inside the car there was a more modern front panel, multimedia with a “soaring” touch screen, and a steering wheel from the new Chevrolet Cruze. The dimensions of the novelty have grown a bit: the length of the new Orlando reaches 4,684 mm with a wheelbase of 2,796 mm, and its width and height are equal to 1,807 mm and 1,628 mm.
The restyling helped Chevrolet Orlando gain access to the hybrid, which included a gasoline 156-horsepower 1.3-liter turbo engine and a 48-volt starter-generator. To help him – 6-speed automatic transmission.
The drive is a non-alternative front, and the fuel consumption for each 100 mileage is 6.1 liters. Of the new options, adaptive cruise control, a system for warning road accidents, round-robin video cameras, etc. are announced. In the Chinese car market, prices for the hybrid Chevrolet Orlando start at 136,900 yuan. The maximum price tag reaches 159,900 yuan.
Recall that earlier our portal said that the Chevrolet company may abandon the Malibu sedan after 2023. Among the reasons, experts call the crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic, and low sales.
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