A Look Inside The Next Chevrolet Cruze

Derek Kreindler
by Derek Kreindler

The next Chevrolet Cruze – at least the one sold in China – will be getting a snazzy new interior.

Along with new Ecotec engines and a 7-speed dual clutch transmission, the Cruze will get a heavily revised cabin, which looks miles ahead of the interior in our current Cruze. From the looks of it, this is one Chinese car that would be a welcome addition to the GM lineup in the United States.


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  • Ryoku75 Ryoku75 on Jun 24, 2014

    Its like someone took one of my shoes and designed a whole car interior around it, not impressed, at least it isn't gray though. The center console design is a mess though, the important buttons and knobs are undersized and shaped weirdly, while the dash directs your attention to twit and facebook your friends, forgetting the traffic ahead. I wouldn't care if the interior was still hard plastic like a stereotypical GM (seriously do people regularly massage their car interiors now?), its the design and odd shapes that bug me.

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    • Ryoku75 Ryoku75 on Jun 24, 2014

      @Old Man Pants Helps that its largely built from Daewood bits. I had the chance to pick of a Daewood VCR, wonder how many bits they re-used from their VCRs to their GM platforms.

  • JMII JMII on Jun 24, 2014

    I like it! The seats would look much better with black inserts in them however. Overall this is SO much better then most interiors (especially GMs & Dodges) that are normally just a blanket of black or grey with random fake bits of silver or wood in them. My 350Z is all black bore-fest inside, however at least its silver bits are REAL metal.

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