A crossover based on the Holden Cruze is expected to make its way onto the market in Australia in the nearby future.
General Motors is currently considering on developing a crossover based on the Holden Cruze, or the Chevrolet Cruze as it is known is most markets, which might make its way onto the Australian market in the nearby future. The model “could be very possible”, as the General Motors chief engineer for luxury and rear-wheel drive cars, Dave Leone, recently said. If it will become a reality, the Holden Cruze-based crossover will bury the Captiva, and this isn’t necessarily a bad thing, considering the fact that the Captiva has had a long life.
Additional details on the Holden Cruze-based crossver remain unknown for the moment, but as a quick reminder, GM has unveiled a facelifted version of the Captiva during the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, back in March. The model came with a new lower front bumper, new fog lamps, different rear bumper, LED taillights, new grille mesh, angular chrome exhaust tips and 18-inch alloy wheels. The model has also received items such as the heated rear seats, keyless entry, keyless start, dual-zone climate control, ambient lighting and more.