Made in China label will soon be synonymous with quality.
With new sleek exterior styling, it's no surprise the interior of the Chinese-market variant of the Chevy Cruze is equally well-appointed. Apparently, research by Shanghai GM revealed that young Chinese car buyers demand upscale cars, hence why the updated Cruze has been tailored like a fine Italian suit. By moving the cowl forward and extending the curve of the roof, the Cruze now boasts class-leading rear knee room, while Saddle Brown leather and a chrome/paino black plastic trim combo upholster the cabin. Blue ambient lighting is the perfect complement to this luxury finish.
Chevy's MyLink II comes with an 8-inch touchscreen with Bluetooth and voice control, and a "butterfly-shaped center console" promises intuitive operation. Clearly, the cheaply built Chinese car stereotype is becoming a thing of the past.