After having waited for a long time, the new Chevrolet Orlando is finally released. When it debuted as a concept, the small, Cruze-based with seven seats, received a lot of positive response from General Motors.
But, from then and until 2010 Paris Motor Show, executives seemed to have found a way to turn the little MPV into a mini-minivan, thus ruining any chance to make it cool in a way or another.
Only the interior maintains similarities with the concept, featuring a decent styling, while the rest, unfortunately, appears to be completely different.
It is planned to go on sale at the beginning of 2011.
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