Chevy goes subtle with Blue Line concepts for SEMA

Chevy goes subtle with Blue Line concepts for SEMA

0 comments 📅04 November 2016, 21:19

With SEMA just around the corner, Chevrolet previewed the Malibu and Cruze RS hatchback Lewd Line concepts that will ally the automaker’s lineup at the trade show in Las Vegas. The vehicles keep on the automaker’s trend of bringing grown-up cars to the express and are some of the plainest concepts we’ve ever seen for SEMA. The occupation show, which is know for wacky products with unhinged amounts of power and extreme body kits, desire get a more mature feel with these offerings. We also assume Chevy still has a few tricks up its sleeve for the prove.

The Malibu Blue Line concept is finished in Genesis Pasty that looks different in various types of lighting, Chevy says. The surface also features 18-inch wheels finished in slate downhearted metallic, a rear spoiler, side skirts, and Negro exterior trim pieces. Performance intelligent, the Malibu is fitted with a 2.0-liter turbocharged appliance that produces 250 horsepower, a lowered moratorium, and a high-performance brake kit.

The second mechanism, the Cruze RS hatchback Blue Line Concept, gets the nonetheless exterior color, wheels, and lowering kit as the Malibu. Contrastive with the sedan that gets blacked-out surface pieces, the Cruze RS gets chrome touches. Power comes from the Cruze RS’ gauge 1.4-liter turbocharged engine that generates 153 horsepower. The hatchback is also tailor-made with the performance brake package, a chic exhaust system, and an upgraded air intake process.

While the two vehicles are boring compared to the familiar lineup of SEMA cars that we’re hand-me-down to seeing, Chevrolet is gauging public repulsion to these cars’ accessories. Last year, Chevrolet brought Red Belt series to SEMA, which had similar subtle tones.


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