The Chevrolet Trax urban crossover features a front-wheel-drive equipped with an electric limited-slip differential that features an independent battery pack and an electric motor to drive the rear wheels.
This way a low-cost all-wheel-drive system is provided.
Trax is powered by a 1-liter gasoline engine.
From the official Press Release:
The four-door Trax is bathed in a Blaze Orange exterior finish, with rugged Burnt Orange accents on the front and rear corners.
Simple door lines make getting in and out easier, while fold-flat rear seats add functionality.
The dynamic and off-road character is underlined by many styling cues: a voluminous, single-unit bumper and fender in front and rear, a pronounced front wheel arch shape, dynamic side character lines, a rear-mounted spare tire and roof rack. Brake calipers in Flame Yellow infuse additional attitude.
The package rides on 16-inch wheels and Kumho tires.
“The Trax is a vehicle that you can show off anywhere, be it off-road or on the road,” said Sangyeon Cho, manager of the mini car exterior design team at the GM Design Center in Inchon, South Korea. “It brings a rational combination of SUV design, function, performance and value to the consumer.”