Chevrolet Trax: the lowdown
How low can you go in the US? That’s the question three compact concepts are asking the public at next week’s New York Motor Show. GM revealed just one of the minicars today – this cute, four-door Trax. It’s smaller than the Kalos/Aveo supermini and powered by a 1.0-litre engine. The Trax, and its yet-to-be-seen siblings, is designed to gauge public enthusiasm for a truly tiny car in the US. All three cars were created at GM’s design studio in Incheon, South Korea, and built on GM’s global mini architecture. They’re designed to appeal to young buyers in urban markets with the promise of fun, economy and value. It also points to a replacement for today’s Chevrolet Matiz for Europe. Visitors to the show will be able to vote for their favorite of the three on www.vote4chevrolet.com. The results will show GM which design resonates best with potential buyers.