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Chevrolet Orlando in Paris: first compact van from Chevrolet

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Chevrolet Orlando in Paris
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Chevrolet ranks the new O rlando in the class of multi-purpose vehicles (MPV), that is, that type of vehicle , which is intended to fulfill all purposes, from family vans to recreational vehicles.

Seven-seater with rising rows of seats

When designing the lines of the Orlando, the Chevrolet designers placed particular emphasis on the so-called crossover look . Typical style features of a van should be consciously avoided. The wide flared fenders should give the MPV a powerful appearance. The two-part radiator grille and the dominant headlights identify the Orlando as a member of the Chevrolet model range.

Despite the low roof line, the Orlando should offer enough space for up to seven passengers. The three rows of seats are arranged in ascending order, so that all travelers can enjoy an optimal overview. Heads of families are even allowed to board the Chevrolet Feel a little like in your own sports car, because the designers gave the Orlando a Corvette-based cockpit line.

Chevrolet new products flood in Paris

The GM subsidiary is planning a real flood of new products with seven new models in the next 15 months. Chevrolet has announced four world premieres for the Paris Motor Show alone. The Orlando should play a key role in this, because Chevrolet wants to win as many new customers as possible for the brand with the family van. The MPV should convince, among other things, with its variability and ample storage space.

At the start of sales in early 2011, the Chevrolet Orlando three engines to choose from: a petrol engine with 1.8-liter displacement and 141 hp and two two-liter diesels with 131 and 163 hp. Chevrolet gives the Orlando, which will be available in three equipment lines, as standard an air conditioning system, six airbags, electric mirrors and electronic stability control. The family transporter optionally rolls on 16-, 17- or 18-inch rims. Prices have not yet been announced.

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