After showing a first look inside the next-generation Chevy Montana, General Motors has just revealed a new official preview outlining details about the interior of Chevrolet‘s first unibody compact pickup.
GM South America published a new episode of the web series dedicated to the next-generation Chevy Montana’s final development stage in Brazil, this time totally focused on the cabin that will seek to stand out in one of the automotive industry’s fastest growing segments. The manufacturer claims that the interior of the upcoming Montana will innovate in style, comfort and space.
“It’s inside the vehicle that people establish a more intimate sensory bond with a car. And in the case of the new Montana, the feeling is that you’re aboard a real SUV, starting with the comfortable seats, which put you in a higher driving position,” said Design Manager of GM South America, Alexandre Ameri, in a statement. “Other elements that reinforce this perception are the cozier environment in addition to the acoustic and dynamic comfort of the brand’s first compact pickup,” he added.
Based on market studies carried out by GM’s Brazilian subsidiary, users of compact pickups not only prefer more robustness and versatility in their vehicles, but also a higher level of sophistication. That’s why the designers of the upcoming Montana created a modern interior that will stand out from the competition by including more elaborate shapes and finishes, as well as a center stack and consoles designed with high attention to detail.
As GM Authority previously reported, the next-generation Chevy Montana will include a panel that joins the driver instrument cluster and the infotainment system touchscreen in one piece, as is found in the brand’s other latest-generation products. However, in the case of the Montana, it gets an analog instrument cluster and an eight-inch touchscreen, accompanied by physical controls.
The next-generation Chevy Montana will make its world debut early next year in Brazil, where it will be manufactured at the GM São Caetano do Sul plant to supply the local market, with plans to be exported to other countries in the same region. The main rivals of the third-generation Chevy Montana in South America will be Fiat Toro and Renault Oroch, which it hopes to outsell in the regional market.