Admire the upcoming Malibu Chevrolet's interior
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The new Chevrolet Malibu is expected to debut later this year. This car aims at the luxury car market in the premium market segment. Recently, the official photos of its interior were revealed.
The new Malibu Chevrolet is expected to debut later this year
The outlook of Chevrolet Malibu is stylish, neat and quite American sporty. Large grille, stretched headlamps, fashion LED strips mounted on the inlet cavity. Sporty multi-spoke wheels, tail light cluster, powerful and balance exhaust.
The interior of Chevrolet Malibu is equipped with 8 inches LCD touch screen. In addition, the new Chevrolet Malibu is also enhanced storage space by 28%. More spacious interior, space for rear seat foot increased 33 mm, an additional USD jack for backseat and 110V charging port.
The interior of Chevrolet Malibu is equipped with 8 inches LCD touch screen
The car was designed with a whole new body structure, and using high tensile steel thinner but has stronger resistance reduces its weight.
Besides, it also integrates security technologies as 10 airbags, reversing camera, warning pedestrians ahead, supporting the right lane and warning lane deviation, controlling compatible cruise, automatic braking , automatic parking assist.
Under the hood, the new car's the standard version is equipped with 1.5T Ecotec engine with a maximum capacity of 119kW (162PS), combined with a 6-speed automatic transmission, low fuel consumption 6.3L / 100km. Also another version has 2.0T engine for maximum power reaches 186kW (253PS), suitable for the eight-speed automatic transmission levels.
The source said this new car is expected to launch in the fourth quarter.
By: Brian Hough