Chevrolet showed off its wide range at the British Motor Show with the super sexy Chevy Camaro 2010 and the more mainstream alternative and eco friendly Matiz, among other offerings.
Lets start with the star of the show. The Chevy Camaro 2010 looked extra hot in a bold orange paint with black bonnet-stripes. It was also confirmed for sale in the UK in early 2010, about one year after its US availability. Right-hand drive models will be available, but at an extra cost. Both coupe and convertible models will be sold in the UK.
Chevrolet also promoted, Matiz, a tiny city car developed in Korea by Chevrolet/Daewoo. The selling point of Matiz is that it emits only 119g/km of carbon dioxide, which puts it in tax band B.
Other Chevrolet included the Aveo supermini and Epica family saloon, Captiva LS SUV, and five-door Lacetti Sport.
But when it came down to it, it was all about the Camaro. Enjoy the special orange Chevy Camaro model down at the gallery, more Camaro official photos and lime-green model of the Chevy Matiz.
British Motor Show Highlights
More Stats +/-
Sommelier Countdown Kits
Waste-Converting Diamond Batteries
Medical Biomanufacturing Institutes
Top 30 Transportation Concepts in November
Fermented Vegetable Jars