Official – Global debut for Chevrolet’s “New concept vehicle” at Auto Expo 2014

Posted on: Feb 1, 2014 - 12:29pm IST

General Motors has announced that it will debut the Chevrolet Beat facelift and “A new concept vehicle” at the upcoming Auto Expo 2014 which will takes place at Greater Noida from February 5th.

Chevrolet Trax Concept front three quarters studio image
The Chevrolet Adra is likely to make its global debut in India at the Auto Expo 2014. (Pictured here is the Chevy Trax, the platform on which the Adra is built.)

This concept vehicle, which will have its global debut, is most likely the Chevrolet Adra compact SUV. The Adra would be a sub-4 meter SUV that will take on the likes of the Ford EcoSport and Renault Duster in India. When introduced, the Adra will most likely be the first real competitor for the Ford EcoSport in India, ticking all boxes like sub-4meter length and advanced features.

Chevrolet Trax Concept rear three quarters studio image

The Adra concept is based on GM’s Gamma 2 platform. The Adra is likely to be powered by the same 1.3-liter diesel engine that powers the Sail and the Enjoy, producing 77 hp.

Chevrolet Spark facelift Europe press image
Apart from the Adra, the Chevrolet Beat facelift will also debut at the Auto Expo 2014.

At present, the smallest SUV in GM’s arsenal is the Trax. However, measuring 4.2 meters in length, the Trax is well off the 4-meter mark it needs to duck under, in order to enjoy significant cuts in excise duty.

Apart from the Adra, Chevrolet will showcase a long overdue facelift for the Beat hatchback.

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3 thoughts on “Official – Global debut for Chevrolet’s “New concept vehicle” at Auto Expo 2014

  1. Dhananjayan says:

    The car displayed here is the Trax, which will not be coming to India! so please….wait!

  2. Pradeep says:

    Yuck !
    Someone tell these Americans that Indians have evolved and have both taste and choices.

    1. Sujit says:

      This Adra is heading for a flop show. The competition is cut throat, and so is desperation amongst manufacturers. Most other developed countries are saturated with cars. India is gradually heading for the same. I wish the Govt. would reconsider the restrictive rules which are causing production of monstrosities like the Adra.


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