Chevrolet has revealed GPiX Crossover Coupe Concept at Sao Paulo International Auto Show, Brazil. Car features two doors, LED headlamps and panoramic sunroof.
GPiX crossover coupe by Chevrolet has been revealed in Brazil at the Sao Paulo International Auto Show. The car showcases the talents of GM’s Brazilian design outfit, one of the 11 around the world, as a crossover vehicle envisioned to rough out the edges off developing countries’ roads. GPiX, a word that stands for “Global Pictures”, follows on the idea of a coupe – slanting back, two doors, sporty squat, but one that is versatile and stands taller than normal road cars.
"With this project,” said Jaime Ardila, President of General Motors Brazil and Mercosur, “the Chevrolet GPiX concept could result in the development of many models for Brazil and the Mercosur region."
The car features LED headlamps, a panoramic glass sunroof for that open-air feeling and an extension of feeling spacious. Technologies installed include the seats which fold flat, and that’s all the seats. Entertainment is of Bluetooth, CD and MP3 player variety, with several connectivity possibilities.