The new sedan will go on sale in worldwide markets early next year, but not until late 2010 in the U.S., when it will replace the current Cobalt lineup.
GM designer David Lyon says in a release that the new interior is warm and inviting, and features a wide use of color, fabric, and texture.
“The interior must build a relationship with drivers. It’s where they spend their time,” he says. With its winged flanks of buttons and integrated display screen, it reminds us more than a little of the Ford Fiesta, and that's a good thing.
Before we get too "Project Runway" on you, take a look at the shots offered here and stay tuned for tomorrow's full look at the Cruze, live from the Mondiale de l'Expo.
2011 Chevrolet Cruze