Chevrolet sketches out the new Agile

Posted: August 23, 2009 in Chevrolet

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The launch of the Chevrolet Agile planned for the last quarter of 2009, was designed from the ground up to meet the needs of an auto compact, versatile and great design.

“The Agile goes beyond a traditional hatchback. Our task was to conduct a vehicle for a demanding client. Our task was to conduct a vehicle for a demanding client. Great design, interior space and a crossover, ie a car ‘ transpired ‘versatility to attract customers from a different urban public or to a surfer who loves the countryside, “said Carlos Barba, General Director of GM Design Mercosur.

The Agile has a new visual identity of Chevrolet, with two clearly marked on the front which converges in the golden logo of the brand. Internally, a collection of high quality with an innovative design that gives it modernity while the panel meets in a perfect alignment of their instrumentals.

The Chevrolet Agile was developed taking as a starting point a high H-point, ie the higher this point, you get a better position to handle. “It’s a car full of youth and a design that will surprise,” says Carlos Barba.

“Our plant in Rosario is changing for the arrival of Agile. Installed new robots and we have trained our operators to ensure their safety and quality of vehicles, to begin to successfully produce this model in the country “Peinador said Miguel Garcia, director of GM Manufacturing Argentina.

The Agile comes to complement the current line up of Chevrolet Corsa models, Spark, Aveo, Astra, Meriva, Vectra, Zafira, Blazer, Captiva, S10 and Corvette.

From an architecture originally designed for Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay, the Chevrolet Agile is the first vehicle of the Live platform, developed 100% in the GM Design Center Mercosur.

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