Five Chevrolets will make their Russian and European debuts at the Moscow International Motor Show that opens to the public on August 29.
The Colorado pickup, new TrailBlazer, and Cobalt compact car will all make their European debuts at the show, while the Cruze Wagon and Malibu will make their Russian debuts. In other words, all five of those models will make their way to Russia.
Perhaps most interesting is the announcement of the Cobalt small car, which until now has only been available in specific markets in South America. However, the debut of the vehicle affirms our suspicion that the Cobalt is meant for developing markets around the world, likely including the BRIC countries.
In addition, the Bow Tie brand will debut its new infotainment system, Chevy MyLink, to Russian customers for the first time at the show. We wonder, however, if the MyLink functionality will be available in the Russian language. We’ve sent a note to our contacts at GM Russia for confirmation and will update this article as soon as we find out more.