GM unveils new Chevrolet Cobalt sedan concept

GM unveils new Chevrolet Cobalt sedan concept

This week's Buenos Aires Motor Show is hosting the presentation of a new Chevrolet Cobalt in its pre-production form. The four-door sedan Cobalt is scheduled to enter production within the next year and it was designed and developed by General Motors Technical Center in South America. Taking a closer look at the size of the car, one can tell that it is based on the Chevrolet Sonic, which is known as Aveo in Europe, but GM's press release did not provide any specific details on the matter. Featuring automatic and manual transmission, running on ethanol, diesel or gasoline, the Cobalt is going to be sold all over the world and will ofer its buyers the possibility to choose between four cylinder engines that range in displacement from 1.3 to 1.8 liters. 17-inch alloy wheels in 225/45 R17 rubber and twin exhaust outlets are available with the car, which is also equipped with an aero kit that includes a discreet boot lid spoiler, side skirts together with front and rear aprons. The interior provides driving pleasure and excitement with an infotainment system featuring LCD screens integrated into the front headrests as well as twin sunroof, chrome trim and plush two-tone leather seats.


GM unveils new Chevrolet Cobalt sedan concept image GM unveils new Chevrolet Cobalt sedan concept image
GM unveils new Chevrolet Cobalt sedan concept image GM unveils new Chevrolet Cobalt sedan concept image
GM unveils new Chevrolet Cobalt sedan concept image GM unveils new Chevrolet Cobalt sedan concept image