Chevrolet Cruze Hatchback full production model makes its world premiere at the 81st Geneva motorshow this month. The new Cruze Hatchback is a new model that cements Chevrolet’s mainstream credentials in Europe and represents one of seven new entries in centenary year.
The Cruze Hatchback design comes in an attractive sweeping coupe roofline and short overhangs at both the front and rear, this 5-door Cruze hatchback has the same dynamic ‘stance’ as the sedan and will be instantly recognizable.
The Cruze Hatchback will benefit too from the same taut body ‘feel’ on the road, being built using the new body-frame integral system (BFI) which is complemented by the final tuning to chassis components. The BFI system results in high levels of stability and solidity.
Indeed the Chevrolet Cruze is a car particularly well suited to European driver tastes, a fact borne out by sales across many of the markets and where in 2010, it exceeded forecasts. Cargo capacity for the Cruze hatchback is close to 400 liters and it will feature 60/40 split rear seating.
The new Chevrolet Cruze 5-door hatchback will go on sale across Europe in mid 2011 with prices announced nearer the launch date.