Chevrolet Malibu Produced in Korea – After introducing the new Malibu model, American car manufacturers announced plans Chevrolet vehicle production in the three countries gradually. Funny thing is, the country itself actually gets a turn both in 2012 and the first given to China which began production late 2011.

Being a third country is South Korea, located in Bupyeong. Malibu became one of the first car that will replace the board anama GM Daewoo with the Chevrolet brand. The first production model is planned in autumn 2013.

“He pointed Korea as a key selling Malibu to enhance global brand and to continue our growth while improving the supply to consumers in Korea,” said Russ Clark, Director of Chevrolet.

Compared with the previous Malibu, the new model is offered with dimensions are shorter, but wider). Regarding the engine, GM will install a capacity of 2.5-liter four-cylinder with automatic transmission. Maximum power 190 PS with torque of 245 Nm.

Chevrolet New Colorado and Camaro – There are interesting when GM launched the Chevrolet Captiva Indonesia facelift on the first day “19th Indonesia International Motor Show 2011”, Friday, July 22, 2011. Caucasian models who accompany the SUV which was launched to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the Chevrolet.
According to GM Director of Marketing & PR Amelia Santoso Indonesia, the Chevrolet Captiva’s market-focused. Of all types of Chevy sales targets during the year reached 5000 units, 60 to 65 percent contributed by Captiva. “So this is our backbone,” said Amelia.
At the IIMs this exhibition, GM Indonesia also took a number of flagship car in their booth in Hall A, among others, Cruze, Spark, and the most special to commemorate the Corvette 59 Chevrolet 100 years, and the Chevrolet Camaro as a contemporary icon.
No less attention is the Chevrolet New Colorado, double cab pickup that is ready to be launched next year. According to Amelia, New Colorado will be launched in Indonesia after Thailand. However, Indonesia PT GM had planned to receive pivot since November.
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