Possible Images Of New Chevrolet Orlando Leak13
The Chevrolet Orlando was, for better or worse, forbidden fruit in the United States. But, it appears General Motors will give the small van a redo elsewhere in the world.
AutoGuide published images on Wednesday showing alleged images of the next-generation Orlando model. The original Orlando was based on the Chevrolet Cruze’s platform, and it’s likely the new one follows the same recipe. But, the photos depict a boxier and more upright vehicle than the original MPV or minivan-looking vehicle.
The images first showed up on a handful of Chinese automotive sites, and judging by the number plate’s writing, it’s safe to assume this model will be for China. Specifically, this model looks like a redline edition with bright red accents throughout and hash marks on the wheels.
Truth be told, it’s not a bad looking vehicle and it wears Chevy’s latest design language well. Though, we can’t see the rear of the Orlando in the photos.
Aside from the photos, we don’t know much else about the new Orlando but expect a handful of efficient gasoline engines to power the vehicle when it does officially launch.
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I saw the Chevy Orlando on the GM Canada home site. And it isn’t the only CUV that was offered elsewhere, either. The Chevy Captiva was common here in my area before GM cancelled it.
BTW, this Chevy Orlando could be a the next EV offering .
This should of have the volt powertrain
Perfect vehicle for it!
Move it to Lordstown in a couple years and replace the Cruze with this. It would make a competitor for the coming Ford.
The HHR sold 150K to 180K units. This one could top that easily in this kind of market.
It is basically a tall Cruze wagon.
The original was a complete embarrassment of a vehicle up here in Canada. Fit and finish was atrocious, as was the styling and packaging. If anything, they could bring it back as a replacement for the City Express, which is what they should have done to begin with with the last one also.
FIt and finish wasn’t great, but was definitely one of the smallest easiest 7 passengers to drive, and the back seat room wasn’t that bad. If they would have put some extra effort into the interior, it would’ve been pretty good.
Instead of all gas SUVs, how about a Volt-tech PHEV SUV????
Hmmm I like this. I really think this vehicle can work in NA. As others have said, use the Voltec power train and optional 1.6L turbodiesel. Also a panel van version for commercial use would be a good seller.
Ok Voltrech drive line how much?
Best to keep this as it is and make it affordable then do a dedicated model with Voltec that would be a better vehicle with a dedicated platform. Also GM needs more volume than a high priced hybrid.
I’ve just read in Carnewschina.com that this new Orlando is only for China, powered by a 1.3 156 ch. An SUV based on the D2XX so, in fact it’s a CUV. So, Chevrolet instead of other automakers like Honda, don’t need an MPV!!!???
Given that Chevrolet already has the Trax, Equinox, Traverse and Blazer besides the full size Tahoe and Suburban; the question should be whether there would be a strong demand for the Orlando.
Omegatalon, Chevrolet bas a fil l’une of SUV ans CUV, how they will position the Orlando?
In other side Chevrolet need a van or mini van, and a body of frame SUV to have a large panel of products.