Spied – Facelifted Wuling Hongguang’s (Chevrolet Enjoy) interior revealed

Posted on: Jan 29, 2013 - 12:56pm IST

We brought you the spyshots of the facelifted Wuling Hongguang, the donor car of the Chevrolet Enjoy which is being tested extensively in India.

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While GM India is ready to bring the current version of the MPV soon, the Hongguang is set to receive a facelift in China in a few months time. The facelifted Hongguang has been spied once again, this time without any camouflage and the new interior is exposed too.

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On the outside, the facelifted MPV sports a new front grill and bumper along with reprofiled fog lamps. The chin of the car has a silver scruff plat making the front fascia less boring.

Majority of the sheet metal continues untouched but the D-Pillar gets thicker than that of the current car. The rear sports a bigger tail lamp cluster, slight modification to the license plate housing and there is a scruff plate in the rear bumper too.

Interior is where things get vastly improved. The dashboard gets a whole new layout and the center console now houses a touchscreen multimedia system. The steering wheel and the gear knob are also all new as well.

The car will continue to use the 86 PS 1.2 litre petrol engine along with a new 1.5 litre 111 PS petrol motor for China.

GM India’s Chevrolet Enjoy MPV will not come with these changes when it is launched here. The facelifted version could be reserved for the future.

[Source: Autohome.com.cn]

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4 thoughts on “Spied – Facelifted Wuling Hongguang’s (Chevrolet Enjoy) interior revealed

  1. sidd says:

    now it looks even more horrible from the back

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    1. Sunil says:

      Wheels need to be 2 sizes larger and unlike the old Toyota Qualis…

      Reply
  2. […] as the Hongguang, developed by SAIC-GM-Wuling JV. The product is about three years old now and has gone in for a facelift in China. India we won’t get the updated model this year, which is a bit […]

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    1. J-lo says:

      Forget the rear, focus on the positive aspects…

      It has car like doors unlike the Nissan NV-200 which is a goods van abroad.

      And it looks better proportioned than the Evalia van or hearse which has been chosen as a taxi in NY…

      Reply

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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!