The Chevrolet Cobalt was a range of compact vehicles introduced in 2004 for the 2005 model year that replaced the Cavalier and Prizm in the Chevrolet lineup. It was available in sedan and coupe body styles. A high-performance version was called the Cobalt SS. A wagon was available, although it was branded HHR and didn’t have a visual resemblance to the Cobalt. The Cobalt and HHR were based on the Delta I platform shared with the Pontaic G5, Astra (Opel, Vauxhal, Holden, and Saturn) and the Opel Zafira. All Cobalts were manufactured at GM’s Lordstown Assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio. In 2010, the Cruze replaced the Cobalt as Chevy’s compact offering. In July 2011, Chevrolet introduced a concept called the Cobalt in Argentina, suggesting that the Cobalt nameplate may be resurrected sometime in the future.