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Louis Chevrolet would be proud of the latest SUV entry, the new Chevrolet Captiva. Chevrolet's full blooded compact SUV has been given a major makeover for 2011, including a fresh exterior design to give it an even more confident and dynamic presence; an all-new range of the latest powerful and fuel efficient engines; chassis modifications to improve ride and handling and an upgraded interior. Chevrolet was the creator of the first sports utility vehicle back in the 1930's with the iconic Suburban, a nameplate that has spanned an incredible seven decades and is still going strong in the U
Chevrolet’s Captiva model offers customers a sporty and compact SUV featuring futuristic four-wheel drive technology and a compact exterior design. Irmscher, the vehicle individualisation partner, offers individual styling enthusiasts a dynamic car body package and high quality accessories for the interior. In technical terms, Irmscher equips the Captiva with 20-inch Evo-Star design wheels and lowers the suspension by 30 mm. By introducing confident design features, Irmscher skilfully integrates its sporty accessories into the functional design of this four-wheel drive vehicle
Sporting a new front end design, a range of enhancements to the interior and new engines and transmissions, Chevrolet’s new Captiva SUV makes its world debut at Paris and is scheduled for European launch in spring 2011. Captiva has won many friends for is exterior design since launch in 2006, and with the latest changes to reflect Chevrolet’s distinctive design direction, the new Captiva looks even more athletic and purposeful. Four new powerful engines, mated to either a manual or new six-speed auto transmission prove the changes to Captiva are more than skin deep and will help to reinforce the message that the new Captiva offers a lot of SUV for the price
The Chevrolet Captiva Sport features either an Ecotec 2.4L direct-injected four-cylinder or 3.0L direct-injected V-6 engine – each matched with a fuel-saving six-speed automatic transmission. Because the crossover is based on a proven GM global architecture, only minor revisions are required to meet federal standards, allowing Chevrolet to fast-track the Captiva Sport for the United States. The Captiva Sport will be offered in LS and LT models, with four trim packages, including an all-wheel-drive model (LTZ)
Chevrolet is launching a sports version of the Chevrolet Captiva, the dynamically styled five-door and first compact sports utility vehicle in Chevrolet's European model range. Over 43,000 units of the highly successful Chevrolet SUV have been sold in Europe since its launch in 2006. Numerous new accessories will make the Chevrolet Captiva Sport even more attractive. The exterior design will be enhanced by the following features: Trunk lid in body color New 18" wheels New dark headlights New "smoked" rear lights New exhaust ends New front bumper fascia Chaos Black bumper and side molding finish Light Silver finish on rings around fog lights, door handles and roof rails The modern interior, with its extensive range of equipment, will offer a unique sporty style with the following features: Red and black leather interior Red stitching Black carbon interior accents The Chevrolet Captiva Sport responds to the fast increasing demand for a distinctive and stylish sports utility vehicle which is available with the economical yet powerful common-rail 2
Paris. "It's a wild thing": The Chevrolet WTCC Ultra has got what it takes to be the star of the Paris Motor Show - and not just because of its purposeful looks. The bold and aggressive design of the racecar study takes Chevrolet's styling language to the extreme. "We wanted to explore the concept of a Chevrolet muscle car reinvented for Europe," said David Lyon, Executive Director GM Asia-Pacific Design. "A concept that celebrates Chevy's racing heritage with a very forward looking design." The ready-to-drive concept car set to premiere in Paris was developed by a GM team around the globe (for more details, see page 4)
The new Chevrolet Captiva brings a new dimension to the SUV market in the UK. From the manufacturers of the very first SUV back in 1935, Captiva is the latest in a long line of authentic sport utility vehicles offering great value for money in a stylish and practical package. Designed specifically for the European market, it will be available with front or all-wheel drive, five or seven seats and with a 2.4 litre petrol or leading-edge 2.0 litre diesel engine and will appeal to a wide range of customers
Holden Captiva is the Australian name of the Chevrolet Captiva (S3X) developed by GM Daewoo's design center in Incheon and is based on GM Theta platform. Holden have confirmed that Holden’s new sports utility vehicle will be called Captiva and will be powered by the 3.2-litre V6 all-alloy engine made by Holden in Port Melbourne. Captiva will be sold by Holden as a five or seven seat vehicle and will include Electronic stability program (ESP) and an active all-wheel-drive system. Rumours persist amongst Australian motoring journalists that the vehicle will also be available with an optional Turbo Diesel engine
The Chevrolet S3X (model C100) is a concept SUV developed by GM Daewoo's design center in Incheon and is based on GM Theta platform. It premiered at 2004 Paris Motor Show. Production should start in summer 2006. The car features common rail diesel engines developed in association with VM Motori. The S3X will be sold as the Chevrolet Captiva in Korea and Europe, the Suzuki XL7 in United States and Canada, and as the Holden Captiva in Australia. This article is licensed under the . It uses material from