The Chevrolet Lova is a passenger vehicle produced by General Motors’ Chevrolet brand in China. The name can refer to two unrelated vehicles:
- An entry-level subcompact sedan introduced in 2006
- A subcompact minivan/MPV introduced in 2015 for the 2016 model year
The first-generation Chevy Lova was a rebadged Chevrolet Aveo for the Chinese market. The vehicle was also called Chevrolet T200/T250, Daewoo T200/T250 or Daewoo Kalos in other markets. It was discontinued in China in 2010, and replaced by the Gamma-platformed Chevrolet Sail.
The all-new Chevy Lova was unveiled in October of 2015 to be launched in November and December of 2015 as a Recreational Vehicle (RV). GM says that the vehicle “combines a stylish design with flexibility” and that it “will meet the needs of younger urban car buyers for a vehicle that serves as a tool for both business and a modern leisurely lifestyle.”
Though General Motors calls the Lova an RV and presents it as opening a new vehicle segment, the Lova is actually a Multi-Purpose Vehicle (MPV), more commonly known as a minivan.
- 2016 Chevrolet Lova RV