Following the recent reports of a new model Cruze Hatchback , the 2018-2019 Chevrolet has published the first photos of the 5-door hatchback the Aveo, world premiere, as well as the Cruze will be held at the end of the month at the International Motor Show in Paris.
Most of the details, including the hidden rear door handles, double headlights and radiator grille taken from the model Aveo RS, which we showed at the Detroit Motor Show in Geneva earlier this year.
2018-2019 Chevrolet Aveo does not publish pictures of interior, but most likely the interior design will be similar to the conceptual model. Of the features of the interior design is necessary to note the audio system with USB and Aux-In input, Bluetooth for hands-free phone and blue illumination of the central console.
General Motors said the new 2018-2019 Chevrolet Aveo is longer, wider and can accommodate more cargo, which makes the car as “one of the best in its class.”
The company claims that the setting of the new Aveo Hatchback chassis is made to meet the tastes of European consumers, and has a “combination of ride and handling provide comfort and efficiency.” Electronic power steering (EPS), electronic stability control (ESC) and ABS braking system are standard features on all trim levels.
In Europe, the Aveo will be offered with a choice of four petrol engines, including two 1.2-liter engine capacity of 70 and 86 horsepower, 1.4-liter capacity of 100 horsepower and a 1.6-liter engine produces 115 horsepower .
Also available will be a 1.3-liter turbocharged diesel engine with a capacity of 75 or 90 horsepower.
Depending on engine selection, Aveo complement the 5-speed or 6-speed manual transmission. Available as an option on models with petrol engines of 1.4 and 1.6 liters will be offered 6-speed automatic transmission.
Aveo model year will be available for the sedan version, but 2018-2019 Chevrolet does not tell whether we will see in Aveo Sedan is at the upcoming Paris Motor Show next to the 5-door version of the Aveo Hatchback.
Aveo will be available in Europe next summer.