After appeared at the 2010 Detroit Auto Show, the Aveo RS appeared again at the 2010 Geneva motor Show. And we have the opportunity to snap some image of this Aveo RS.
Usually we are always see that Chevrolet Aveo is lack of styling and looks like a cheap car.But this year, Chevy is out to change the Aveo’s image into a product that we might actually desire. The process begins with the Aveo RS concept, which provides a preview of what to expect from the next-generation production Aveo when it arrives in showrooms sometime next year.
The Aveo RS is powered by the same turbocharged direct-injection 138 HP 1.4-liter I-4 Ecotec planned for the Chevrolet Cruze and mated to a six speed manual transmission. The big slotted brakes rotors and four piston calipers are sadly not destined for production, but they sure look nifty in a show car kinda way.It is also equipped with the 19-inch wheels.Don’t expect to see the center exhaust on the production car either.
Its designers claim the Aveo RS has a “European-inspired hot hatch look” that’s meant to “appeal to young enthusiasts.” Additionally, the Aveo RS is longer, wider, and has more interior space than the current model.
Among other strategies to capture the hearts of younger buyers, the concept takes a cue from the playbooks of Scion and Mini, showing off the many personalization options that will be available on the production Aveo. Cool features include the exposed head- and tail-lamps inspired by those on motorcycles and the electric blue paint scheme.