2012 Chevrolet Cobalt review and pictures

Posted on Sunday, 13 November 2011 , 12:11:54 byVeronica

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Chevrolet Cobalt

The 2012 Chevrolet Cobalt is going to hit the markets of more than 40 countries in Europe, Africa, Middle East and South America, boasting a more efficient 1.4 Motor Econoflex. Furthermore, the future customers will be undoubtedly impressed by the stylish interior and large storage compartments 18, as well as the largest trunk of its category, with 563 liters and a total accessibility. It was developed by the engineers from GM Tech Center in Brazil, featuring a number of differences that put one in a situation that transcends market segments. While developing it, the producers had in their mind the customers' needs. Grace Lieblein, president of General Motors of Brazil, stated that the Cobalt would definitely go beyond what had been offered in the market those days, managing to win a lot of customers with its new level of maneuverability with an unusual interior, without pressing the knees of front seat occupants, without tight shoulders, without limitation for luggage when travelling. Its final design beautifully mixes the classic, formal and familiar, with a soft and elegant touch of prestige. The very attractive headlights in front, enhance the personality of the car model, which definitely conveys the Chevrolet brand, due to its high waist line. Carlos Barba, Executive Director of Design for GM South America, also informed that the lines of the Chevrolet Cobalt were clean and sharp, creasing that value by the surface treatment applied to its body, expressing the renowned brand's DNA worldwide. The high quality materials that fill the interior, provide the driver and passenger with a strong feeling of refined surfaces. Thus, modernity and technology combine, resulting in a panel in two tones and Ice Blue LED lighting instruments that mix analog and digital displays. The suspension was optimised, aiming to reduce the noise and vibration. A comprehensive range of engines, ranging from 1.3 to 1.8 liters and using gasoline, ethanol and diesel and offering economy, power, performance and durability, is going to power the new Chevrolet Cobalt worldwide.