Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Holden Cruze Hatchbak




The slightly revised version of the Chevrolet Cruze is now built in Australia for the local market.
Changes mostly amount to new bumper designs.
The big news is the all new hatchback version. Also built locally.

It looks even better on these pictures (although I prefer the US grille). And I still hope GM can find it in their heart to bring this version over here.
The Chevrolet Cruze is a very good car that deserves to offer more choices. Like a hatchback.

Or, again, a sporty coupe....

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sorry, this thing is incredibly unattractive.

Almost downright ugly.

Anonymous said...

The tail lamps are still the dopiest things in existence, but I do like the idea. The execution, not so much. The front and sides are crisply styled. The rear is blob-like and poorly transitioned from the front. So much more could have been done to make this cool and distinctive, but instead they chose vanilla.

Anonymous said...

This looks really good. Reminds me of the Subaru Impreza but with the Cruze front end. I like it and hope we see this (maybe as a 3-dr?) and the wagon here.

Anonymous said...

GM would have to felate me while showering me with hundred dollar bills before I would buy another.

Soul Brother No. 7 said...

Looks a little like that Torana concept of a few years back. Matter of fact, so did the Insignia fastback.

Anonymous said...

"GM would have to felate me while showering me with hundred dollar bills before I would buy another."

I vote this Best post in a long time.

But If GM did do this for you, they would just spit it in your face, then grab all those $100 bills back.

Anonymous said...

Given the ever-improving quality of GM the last 5 years (and the ever-decreasing quality of Toy & Honda) I would buy this on quality alone. Even if it weren't so good-looking (for a hatchback).