2016 Chevrolet Lova MPV for the Chinese market leaked ahead of Guangzhou debut- Report

Posted on: Oct 13, 2015 - 7:18pm IST

To hit showrooms in China on 18th of December.

The Chevrolet Lova RV destined for the Chinese market has been leaked online before its reported unveil at the 2015 Guangzhou Auto Show on November 19. It is expected to go on sale in a month’s time from then, on December 18. The Lova nameplate was introduced in China back in 2006.

Chevrolet Lova RV front quarter leaked
The Chevy Lova RV is slated for premiere at the 2015 Guangzhou Auto Show next month.

Based on a an all-new utility vehicle platform, the recreational vehicle (RV) will target younger car buyers in the largest auto market. It is loaded with features such as optional projector headlamps, electric sunroof, and a roof rack.

Chevrolet Lova RV rear leaked
The Lova RV is targeted at younger car buyers in China and sports a ‘floating roof’ design.

It features a fresh front fascia that comes on the Chinese-spec Sail with a hexagonal grille flanked by almond-shaped headlamps. In the side view the MPV does well to hide its bulk, courtesy of blacked out B, C and D pillars. The rear end is rather simple, making the RV look smaller.

Chevrolet Lova RV exterior features leaked
The Lova RV would be powered by a 1.5-litre gasoline engine that pushes out 109 PS of peak power.

According to Chinese reports, the Chevrolet Lova RV measures 4,205 mm in length, 1,722 mm in width, 1,525 mm in height and 2,550 mm in wheelbase. It is expected to be powered by the 1.5-litre gasoline engine that serves on other Chevrolet models, and will produce a maximum power of 109 PS (80 KW) and peak torque of 146 Nm.

[Source – AutoHome]

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