Chevrolet has unveiled four new vehicles at the Paris Motor Show: the Aveo, Orlando, Captiva, and Cruze Hatchback concept.

Chevrolet has unveiled four new vehicles at the Paris Motor Show.

The Cruze hatchback concept previews a production model which will be launched next year. It has sporty styling and a cargo capacity of nearly 400 liters (14.1 cubic feet).

Featuring a bold design and a Cruze-inspired cockpit, the Aveo offers a variety of fuel efficient four-cylinder engines. Petrol options include a 1.2-liter with 70 hp (52 kW / 71 PS) and 86 hp (64 kW / 87 PS) as well as a 1.4-liter with 100 hp (75 kW / 101 PS). On the diesel side there's a 1.3-liter rated at 75 hp (56 kW / 76 PS) and 95 hp (71 kW / 96 PS).

The facelifted Captiva boasts a redesigned front fascia, a larger grille, modified headlights, and a higher quality interior. Power comes from a 171 hp (128 kW / 173 PS) 2.4-liter petrol or a 2.2-liter diesel rated at 163 hp (122 kW / 165 PS) and 184 hp (137 kW / 187 PS).

Sadly, the Orlando loses the edgy styling of the concept but at least greenhouse is carried over. Other than that, it's a run of the mill MPV with a 141 hp (105 kW / 143 PS) 1.8-liter petrol or a 2.0-liter diesel producing 131 hp (98 kW / 133 PS) or 163 hp (122 kW / 165 PS).

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