General Motors has been very generous with new products lately. The next in the list is the Chevrolet Seeker, which was unveiled in China the other day. Dealers of China will have the model this fall, and then the novelty will get to the North American market..
The Chevrolet Seeker has a sporty appearance. The front end is represented by two-tier headlights, where the daytime running lights are connected by a chrome strip, placed on a multifaceted radiator grille with the original filling in the form of " hovering " satellites. The main block of headlights is integrated into the athletic bumper with a massive central air intake. The body profile is distinguished by the developed relief and voluminous wheel arches with contoured edges of unpainted plastic. The rear end is distinguished by a modest spoiler, a luggage door with a developed relief and separate polygonal lights. The RS configuration style is highlighted by two-tone 18-inch alloy wheels, shod in low-profile rubber.
The interior of the Chevrolet Seeker is crowned by two 10.25-inch displays. And, the touchscreen multimedia complex, which can update without wires and supports Apple CarPlay services, along with the entire central console, turned toward the driver by 9 degrees. It is also worth noting the original design of the side ventilation deflectors, made in classic style. In the top configuration you can find expensive Tune Dynamic acoustics, wireless charging for gadgets, heated and ventilated front row of seats and servo-driven luggage door.
The Chevrolet Seeker RS is powered by a 179-horsepower 1.5-liter gasoline turbo four that is sent to the non-alternative front axle via variator. Information about prices and other versions will be available later.
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