January’s auto show in Detroit was the site of the premiere of a charged version of the hatchback Chevrolet Sonic with an index of RS. European counterpart, Chevrolet Aveo, until recently, was deprived of a similar modification.
However, GM decided to correct the injustice. The portal publishes autoevolution.com spy shots from the European roads. They are “hot” hatchback Chevrolet Aveo
captured with German number signs. There is no doubt that the Old World soon dealers will begin taking orders for the 140-strong kid with a turbo engine. The list of differences from normal Chevrolet Aveo
includes a front bumper with modified sections of the fog lamps, rear bumper diffuser with an imitation, a rear spoiler, door sills and body badge that says RS. In addition, become stiffer and lower suspension, and standard on the car are 17-inch alloy wheels.
The premiere of the European version of Chevrolet Aveo, will likely be held in autumn in Paris.