We’ve already seen the 2013 Korean-market Chevy Cruze in a video, and now we managed to get our hands on several marketing photos of the updated compact sedan.
Overall, the changes aren’t profound, but they sure make a difference in the overall package — like the replacement of the roof-mounted antenna with a sexy fin as well as the addition of the MyLink infotainment system, whose touchscreen doesn’t actually flip up and out to reveal a hidden storage compartment; instead, the storage compartment — complete with a USB port — can be found directly above the MyLink screen; on the outside, notice the new grille, flush-mounted rear spoiler, revised fog lamps and lower fascia design, as well as the available black alloys — which give the Cruze a rather austere appearance (in a good way).
In addition, the interior brings revised center AC vents and a toll-capable rear-view mirror, the latter likely being a feature specific to the Korean market. Finally, the non-MyLink navigation system appears to have been carried over from those of the 2011 and 2012 model, as it’s still not a touch screen unit.
Now, the question is whether we will see all of these changes in North American-market 2013 Cruze. We know that MyLink, a few new safety features, and the flush spoiler are already on their way, but what about the fin antenna, revised front end, and all-black edition?