2013 Chevy Malibu Revealed Via Facebook Leak

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2013 Chevy Malibu Revealed Via Facebook Leak
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This is your first look at the 2013 Chevy Malibu which was ‘leaked’ late last night on the automaker’s Facebook page – although the image has since been removed.

Looking less dramatically-new than the previously-teased Camaro-styled taillights would suggest, Chevy is hoping to build off the success of this model’s predecessor and has said this new global platform will only be available with 4-cylinder engines. That being said, expect to see a direct-injection 2.4-liter 4-cylinder with around 184-hp, as well as a turbocharged 2.0-liter making over 220-hp.

Chevy has planned to officially unveil the car online next Monday, followed by reveals at the Shanghai Auto Show and New York Auto Shows. Watch the reveal and sing up to be a fan on Chevy’s official Malibu Facebook page here.

Plus, see the gallery below to check out another teaser image of the car’s new center stack and telematics display screen.

GALLERY: 2013 Chevy Malibu

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  • Denis

    look kinda like 2010 Ford Taurus

  • Stormcastle

    Kinda looks like EVERY OTHER Chevy/GM…

  • Wata

    Kinda looks HOT! Wow, Toyota should be ashamed. And the Chevy design language seems to really be coming along, providing continuity and consistency. Very grown up and very handsome. Would like to see the whole car.

    Honda…Where are you? Your interiors are dated and your styling is horrendous. What happened???

  • mlosuno

    BORING….looks exactly the same as every other chevy. You could have said this was a Cruze and most people wouldn’t know the difference. Chevy is lazy, Ford and Hyundai are the only 2 automakers that currently understand styling. They each have a design language that all or most of their vehicles share, but Ford and Hyundai at least bother to change that language to fit the different vehicles. Chevy is playing it safe and using the same exact thing on every vehicle. I hope it comes back to bite them, go Ford!