New Chevrolet Orlando Concept revealed ahead of Paris

9 09 2008

Ahead debut at Paris Motor Show in next month, General Motors Europe has unveiled first images of new Orlando Concept, a seven-seat family MPV which reminds of the Chevrolet Sequel SUV/crossover view from 2005, while much minor in dimension. The Orlando is based on the all-new Chevy Cruze compact sedan and aims at being a sport value, family van and cart.

With a wheelbase of 2760 mm, GM is insertion weight on the vehicle’s functionality with adaptable, theater-design seats in three rows comfortably accommodating up to seven occupants, while the spacious berth can be suddenly transformed into large goods vicinity.

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Powering by Chevrolet’s latest-generation 2.0-liter turbo diesel, developing 150 hp and 320 Nm of torque, GM hints of their purpose to make the Orlando to production, as it nicely fills a vacant slot for their universal significance file.

UPDATED: new images of Chevy Orlando Concept:

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3 responses

10 09 2008
Neil Teasdale

It kinda has the same features as the Caliber but this is a little sleeker and nicer.

It’s hard to believe that you can seat 7 passengers though, I’d like to see the theater setup.

25 09 2008
New Chevrolet Orlando Leaked on the Web « autoworld.wordpress.com - It’s your auto world :: New cars, car news, reviews, photo, video…

[…] Chevrolet Orlando Leaked on the Web 25 09 2008 First images of new Chevrolet Orlando have surfaced online, during official GM’s photo session. It’s preview the seven-seat […]

14 01 2009
adi

7 passengers though????

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