Autocar spy photographers have snapped the Chevrolet Cruze testing in Nevada
11 July 2008

These are the spyshots of the new Chevrolet Cruze, due for launch at the Paris motor show. Autocar spies have managed to snap pictures of the car's interior. It looks remarkably similar to the Vauxhall Insignia's, with its large 'winged' steering wheel and upmarket centre console.The 4.6m-long Cruze is the first GM product to use the firm's global Delta platform, which will be used as the base for a number of other products like the next-generation Vauxhall Astra.The Cruze will be sold alongside the Lacetti, Chevrolet's other family car, when it arrives in showrooms worldwide in 2009.

Ian Tonkin

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12 July 2008

Looks interesting- a bit more dynamic than the aesthetically nondescript Epica. Obviously these small family saloons don't do that well here in UK so I don't expect to see many of them around.

12 July 2008

Hmmm. The dashboard looks very similar to the forthcoming all-new Fiesta, particularly the centre console.

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