Chevrolet’s bold entry into the MPV segment


A bold grill and sculpted contours characteristic of Chevrolet’s current design language come together beautifully to form the much anticipated Orlando show car. Due to premiere at the Paris Motor Show during October, the vehicle signals the automaker’s interest in entering the MPV segment.

Based on the Cruze sedan, the Orlando has a sporty exterior while the interior features ample space and 7 reconfigurable seats. The car manages to merge the benefits of an SUV, a family van and a station wagon in a single execution. In addition, its long wheel base, theatre style seating, and dynamic ride quality and handling make this ideal for families or buyers seeking a spacious and expressive vehicle.

The vehicle’s personality is complemented by the 2.0 litre turbo diesel with 112kW and 320 Nm of torque providing an optimal combination of power and fuel economy.