An all-new Chevy Cruze is expected to debut sometime in 2014 as a 2015 model year vehicle, and our spy photographers managed to snap some shots of the car testing, revealing the Cruze’s new interior.
The new interior doesn’t stray too far from the current Cruze, although it does appear to have taken some design cues and materials from Cadillac, giving the car a more premium cabin. In terms of controls, there is an ‘eco’ button visible as well controls for park assist, voice recognition and possibly even lane departure warning.
On the outside, the Cruze is getting a lower roofline complete with further raking of the windshield and rear end, giving the car a sleeker look overall. The front end is getting some enhancements that seem to be inspired by the Sonic, including a larger grille opening and skinnier headlights.
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The 2015 Chevy Cruze will be the first of many General Motors models to ride on a new platform, known internally as “D2SC.” It is expected to underpin the next generation Volt, Equinox, Opel Astra and more, though further details are not yet available.
The new Cruze is slated to begin production about halfway through 2014.
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