Chevrolet Adra Concept

Concept Cars 9 Feb 2014
Chevrolet Adra Concept

At the New Delhi Auto Show GM has presented the Chevrolet Adra concept, a concept SUV developed by Indian designers at the GM Technical Centre-India (GMTC-I) in Bangalore.

The Adra adopts the current global Chevrolet design language while addressing local customer expectations to cater to the next generation of Indian car buyers.

Chevrolet Adra Concept

It combines compact dimensions with SUV design elements, including a high ground clearance, all-around visibility, a high seating position and generous interior space.

Chevrolet Adra Concept

Chevrolet Adra Concept Chevrolet Adra Concept

“The Adra is a major achievement for our local designers, who conceptualized and designed the model from the ground up,” said GM India President and Managing Director Lowell Paddock. “It represents a new possibility for the fast-growing compact SUV segment.”

(Source: Chevrolet)

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