The last generation of Chevrolet Malibu was placed on the market last year, says Jacob Vizel. This car did not turned out like the Americans had expected, so they have made some slight modifications. The visual modifications on the engine and the comfort of the cab were made by Chevrolet.
Although, the release of the eighth generation of Malibu was relatively close, Chevrolet made a more sophisticated model. The new “new” Malibu got a different front grille that gives him a much more serious and aggressive look, and the back lights were also renewed, they had removed some strange white segments on the lower parts and had replaced them with white squares in the center.
Chevrolet has also changed the interior design of the car. The seats have been totally redesigned with some new different materials; they have more space for the knees in the back to 31.7 mm. The central tunnel had also been improved; actually, he now gives bigger armrest and larger compartment for two bottles.
Furthermore, Chevrolet changed the suspension, the brakes system, the security package etc. Its 2.0-liter turbo engine increases the spinning for 14%, therefore, its 400 Nm now provide him higher acceleration and apparently, higher powering. This 2.5-liter engine is now paired with a start / stop system and automatic transmitter.
Kia GT Pro_Cee’d will soon become convertible?
In addition, Kia visualized for some time a convertible with sports performances. This car was announced back in 2007, with the study of Ex_cee’d. The management started to elaborate this idea, and six years later, they released sketches of similar cars based on the new Kia GT Pro_Cee’d.
Kia has explained that its new GT models planned to strike hard on the field that holds Golf GTI. Although, there is no official opinion about the arrival of the new convertible Pro_Cee’da GT, its sketches appeared on the web last weekend. This three-door convertible with four seats and a canvas roof would certainly be attractive to the customers, especially in GT variant that Kia has recently offered, adds Vizel.