General Motors and SAIC have released a sole teaser image for the new Chevrolet LOVA RV, which the company confirmed will arrive in the fourth-quarter of this year.
The Chevrolet LOVA nameplate was introduced in 2006, and has garnered a reputation if allowing consumers to “get the most out of life,” as Chevrolet states.
The new LOVA RV (Recreational Vehicle) will inherit Chevrolet’s “spirit of energy and optimism” to meet the growing demand of younger, Chinese consumers.
The new Chevrolet LOVA RV will be based on an all-new utility vehicle platform, with a stretched body to increase space for passengers and the cargo they take with them. And, Chevrolet says the new LOVA RV will be revealed with a new “floating roofline,” most likely a cue stolen from the 2016 Opel Astra.
Chevrolet did not release any further information on mechanical specifications at this time, but expect further info to be released leading up to the car’s debut later this year.