The Chevrolet Cruze is one of the most successful models of General Motors. Europe will not see it, but the American giant has just introduced new generation his saloon, which also derive a compact body. The 2016 Chevrolet Cruze commitment to new technical solutions, lighter construction and a new design that also reminds us of the latest Chevrolet Volt or Malibu.
The new model is almost 7 centimeters longer , although it is also somewhat lower. Despite its increased size, the brand has achieved in this model, a new generation savings of 113 kilos . The chassis has a 27% greater stiffness. This larger impact very positively on the inside. Only the rear earn 51 more legroom mm.
The carrier launches dashboard, influenced by the latest models of the brand and offers a higher quality of construction materials of higher quality. At the top of the center console is touch screen multimedia system MyLink 7 “or 8” evolution with an optional browser. The new Cruze offers multimedia systems from Apple and Google Apple and Android carplay Auto with the MyLink 8 “.
In terms of equipment found heated front and rear seats , heated steering wheel, screen 4.2 “in Table watches or air conditioning, depending on version. Also it offers OnStar system with 4G connectivity and the ability to create a WiFi hotspot. Security the Chevrolet Cruze will be well served with 10 airbags as standard and systems that complete the model throughout the range as the blind spot warning, cross-traffic alert, the assistant lane departure and automatic emergency braking.
For now we know that in North America will be offered with an engine 1.4 Turbo gasoline 153 horses and 240 Nm of torque derived from the Opel Astra will debut in Europe. It may be associated with manual or automatic six-speed gearbox. In 2017 will reach one diesel engine which will also be offered in the United States. The current Cruze is already sold in North America with a diesel engine.
Source – Chevrolet
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