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Cruze wasn’t just designed to look good. It’s functional
too. The versatile 60/40 split-folding rear seats give you
plenty of space for all your stuff.
Entertaining technology is all around you. This compact car has plenty of ways to stay entertained — including standard Chevrolet MyLink with a 7-inch diagonal color touch-screen, available advanced phone integration and available built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi so you’re always connected
For the first time ever, Cruze offers support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto This intuitive technology lets you interact with your maps, your texts, your music and more using voice commands or the MyLink touch-screen display in your car. It’s smart, convenient and helps you keep your eyes where they belong — on the road.
Access to OnStar 4G LTE and the available built-in Wi-Fi
hotspot means the days of searching for a Wi-Fi
connection are over. When your vehicle is on, 4G LTE
Wi-Fi is automatically on too.
The all-new standard 1.4L turbo engine offers a balance of efficiency and power so you can go the extra mile and hug every corner along the way.
The Chevrolet Cruze is a compact car sold by Chevrolet since 2009. The nameplate has been used previously in Japan, for a version of a subcompact hatchback car produced under a joint venture with Suzuki between 2001 and 2008 and based on the Suzuki Ignis.
Since 2009, the Cruze nameplate has designated a globally developed, designed, and manufactured four-door compact sedan—complemented by a five-door hatchback body variant from 2011, and a station wagon in 2012. The Cruze was actually released earlier in 2008 to the South Korean market under the name Daewoo Lacetti Premiere until the phasing out of the Daewoo brand in favor of Chevrolet in 2011. In Australasia, the model has been on sale since 2009 as the Holden Cruze. This new generation Cruze does not serve as a replacement for its Suzuki-derived predecessor. Instead, it replaces two other compact models: the Daewoo Lacetti sold internationally under various titles, and the North American-specific Chevrolet Cobalt.
In 2008, GM introduced the Cruze compact car, carrying the "J300" internal designation.[12] This J300 iteration serves as a replacement for the Chevrolet Cobalt and Daewoo Lacetti—both unrelated cars. GM phased out production of the Cobalt and its badge engineered counterpart, the Pontiac G5 in 2010, just prior to the manufacturing of the Chevrolet Cruze was to commence. The first renderings of the Cruze were revealed by GM at a press conference on 15 July 2008,[13] with the first official images released on 21 August 2008.[14]
Cruze production sites include Gunsan, Jeonbuk, South Korea;[15] Saint Petersburg, Russia;[16] Shenyang, China;[17] and Halol, India;[18] Hanoi, Vietnam since April 2010 in complete knock-down (CKD) form,[19][20] Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan from May 2010;[21] Rayong, Thailand after December 2010,[22] and São Caetano do Sul, Brazil from 2011.[23] Holden's localized hatchback version of the Cruze to be built at the Elizabeth, South Australia factory from late 2011 will join the Cruze sedan manufactured there since March 2011.[15] GM in the United States has upgraded the existing plant in Lordstown, Ohio to manufacture the Cruze, investing more than US$350 million.[24] At the ceremony of the start of production of Cruze at Ohio, Mark Reuss, the president of GM's North American operations said, "This is everything for us". It is described as GM's most significant new vehicle introduction into North America since the Chapter 11 reorganization in 2009, and is GM's latest attempt to build a small size car that North American consumers would "buy because they like it – not simply because it is cheap".[25]
Underpinned by the front-wheel drive GM Delta II platform, GM has confirmed the Cruze development program occurred under a global design and engineering team.[26] GM Daewoo in South Korea played a leading role in the design and engineering of the Cruze, along with GM's German-based Opel division.[27][28][29] This development program spanned over 27 months at a cost of US$4 billion. A total of 221 prototypes were tested in Australia, Canada, China, South Korea, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States.[30]
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