Four Chevy Concept cars introduced in Sao Paulo image

Chevrolet has pulled the wraps off four new concept cars at the 2014 Sao Paulo Motor Show.

The first one is called the Chevrolet Onix Track Day Concept and is has been designed to appeal to enthusiasts. The model in question has been fitted with an aerodynamic body kit, including the revised side skirts, the front and the rear spoilers. This model is also getting the sport seats in the cabin, the flat bottom steering wheel and it is now riding on 5-spoke alloy wheels. Power is coming from a 1.8L Ecotec engine, equipped with an optimized ECU, high flow air filter and stainless steel exhaust system, allowing it to produce more than 150 HP (112 kW).

Next up comes the Chevrolet Onix Effect, which is getting a more restrained body kit, 15-inch dark alloy wheels, tinted headlights and taillights, cloth / leather seats in the cabin, satin red accents, flat bottomed steering wheel, a 1.4 liter engine with 106 HP (79 kW) under its hood and so on. The company has also shown the S10 High Country Concept, with its Red Chili exterior design, the upgraded interior or the 18-inch alloy wheels. Chevy has also introduced the revised Cobalt, with the unique interior and 16-inch alloy wheels.