Consider this a place holder until a completely redesigned model arrives.
Although we’ve seen spy shots of a completely redesigned Chevrolet Cruze out testing, the car you’re looking at now isn’t it. Consider this as sort of a place holder until the all-new model arrives, likely in the next year or so. Set to debut later this month at the New York Auto Show, the 2015 Chevy Cruze has been given a redesigned front end that’s reminiscent of what’s found on the larger Malibu. LED daytime running lights now come standard on higher trim levels.
The rear has also been touched up slightly with a sleeker look. Other than the exterior updates, the interior has also been given a light makeover that includes greater connectivity features such as new Texting Alerts, Siri Eyes Free for iPhone iOS 6 and iOS 7, and OnStar 4G LTE with optional Wi-Fi hotspot. The seven-inch touchscreen also now has additional USB ports. Chevy will also make available at a later date what it calls the AppShop download service. Other minor interior changes include revised cupholders, a relocated trunk release switch, and door lock controls moved from the center console to the doors. Official pricing will be announced at a later date.