It became a Camaro fix, but General Motors could not stand it and revealed that it would launch the Chevrolet Cruze which was renewed in 2019 in Brazil. The news was a relief to Brazilian fans, after GM announced that it would stop producing cars in the US. For now, manufacturers don't provide much detail, just saying that will bring "big changes in design and technology." This model is produced in Argentina, in the sedan and hatch version.
The Chevrolet Cruze 2019 was introduced at the Detroit Motor Show in January. Received a design inspired by another sedan, Malibu, with redesigned bumpers and a wider front grille. The headlights have daytime LED lights around the projector. The visual identity used in the latest Chevrolet launch.
Besides the new face, the second new thing about the new Cruze is the adoption of 4G technology. This system will be used for the pleasure of users and vehicle maintenance. This will make it possible to send remote diagnostic data to the concessionaire, providing the type of maintenance that needs to be done. Passengers can use this connection on their smartphones, computers and even video games. GM announced during the São Paulo Motor Show that it would bring this technology to all its vehicles.
In the US, the Cruze has also received a new 7-inch multimedia center, running the Infotainment 3 system. The manufacturer says it is equipped with a faster processor, enhanced Bluetooth connection, new interface and more applications. However, the system has not been confirmed for the Cruze in our market.
"Most of our competitors offer up to two levels of connectivity first. With 4G Wi-Fi, Chevrolet cars will radically change the experience users have with cars," said Hermann Mahnke, Director of Marketing for Chevrolet, during the presentation at the SP Salon.
Regardless of the new design and technology, Cruze will follow the same as we already know. The 1.4 hp turbocharged engine at 5,000 rpm and 24.5 kgfm of torque at 2,000 rpm remain the same, always coupled to a 6-speed automatic.
In addition to the new Chevrolet Cruze, GM promised to launch 11 cars until 2019, with the other four confirmed. The Camaro is being presented today to the press and counted twice when it arrived at the coupe and the conversion version. The third car on the list is Electric Bolt, the star of the brand in the Hall of SP and which will sell for R $ 175 thousand. Already the space on the list is Equinox Midnight, a special version is also presented in the Hall that repeats the formulas of Midnight Tracker and S10 Midnight, with dark finishes. When we added the Cruze and Cruze Sport6 hatch, we had six of the eleven promises that were promised. The company even jokes with journalists, asking everyone to place their bets to get news for next year. So enjoy and give your guess in the comments below.