General Motors is currently working on the facelifted version of the popular Chevrolet Cruze, and the model will hit the dealerships in the nearby future.
As you can see from the image posted above, the Chevrolet Cruze will soon get a facelift, and rather than talk nonsense about redesigned front and rear fascias and some minor changes in the cabin, we can actually see how a part of the vehicle will look like, thanks to autoforum.cz. As you can see from the image posted above, the American model in its facelifted version will come with a new front bumper, LED daytime running lights, the lower air intake has also been changed and a new engine has all the chances of making its way under the hood.
According to the guys over at autoforum.cz, the facelifted version of the Chevrolet Cruze, in both four and five-door versions, will get a more powerful engine, the 2.2 liter used in the Captiva VCDI, which is actually 21 horsepower more powerful than the 2.0 liter diesel and its 163 HP. Even if there’s no official word on the Chevrolet Cruze facelift, the model is expected to be presented to the public at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show in March. The Cruze lineup is also expected to expand, with a station wagon version.