GM rebadges the NV200 as the Chevrolet City Express image

General Motors and Nissan have recently signed an agreement which will allow Chevrolet to rebadge the NV200 as the City Express and to sell it in the U.S. and in Canada.

According to the North American based automotive giant General Motors, Chevrolet will soon sell a rebadged version of the Nissan NV200, which will be named the Chevrolet City Express. The carmaker will make the Chevy City Express look identical to its Japanese brother and the only thing distinguishing the two models will be the revised front fascia which is getting a prominent bow-tie grille, and the badges on its body.

The brand new Chevrolet City Express will get a fold-down front passenger seat, an optional navigation system, Bluetooth connectivity, rear doors with 90 and 180 degrees opening positions and it will be able to carry up to 3,474 liters of cargo (122.7 cubic feet). The new Chevrolet City Express will probably get a 2.0 liter four-cylinder petrol engine under its hood, which is good for 131 HP (98 kW) and 188 Nm of torque (139 lb-ft). The model will go on sale this autumn. Additional details on it will be announced close to its launch.