Fact file: Chevrolet Orlando show car
Orlando show car signals entry into new segment for Chevrolet
- New addition to the Chevrolet range in 2011
- Adaptable seven-seater family van with flat load floor configuration
- Latest-generation 2.0-liter turbo diesel power
The Orlando show car sets the scene for Chevrolet's new seven-seater family van that will extend Chevrolet's model range in the first half of 2011. The production version of the Orlando had its world premiere at the 2010 Paris Motor Show.
Based on the Cruze compact sedan, the Orlando show car carries Chevrolet's signature design language into a new vehicle segment. The Chevrolet Orlando cuts a distinctive silhouette, replacing conventional monocab proportions with a more defined contrast between the hood and windshield lines. With flared fenders instead of a flat side-body, Orlando has a muscular stance, yet it offers dynamic ride and handling, good fuel efficiency and easy entry thanks to its architecture.
Inside, the five-door Orlando show car is designed to meet the needs of families and those who require plenty of seating capacity with adaptable, theater-style seating in three rows that comfortably accommodate up to seven occupants. Whenever load carrying becomes a priority, the spacious cabin can be quickly transformed into a large cargo area. A generous 2,760 mm wheelbase and wide front and rear tracks provide Orlando with outstanding interior roominess.
Chevrolet's latest-generation 2.0-liter turbo diesel, a powerful and efficient powertrain, develops 150 hp/110 kW and 320 Nm of torque.
Status: October 2010