X-Tomi takes the 2012 concept to a new level.
Back in 2012 at the Detroit Auto Show, Chevrolet unveiled a sweet-looking concept coupe, named Code 130R. The car would purportedly be made as a small, lightweight, rear-wheel drive two-door, geared at young, next-generation buyers and developed according to their researched tastes. Later rumors hinted that this car could be built on a shortened Cadillac ATS platform, with a range of rumored engines from GM's wide arsenal, including some Opel powertrains.
As we reported recently, Chevy has promised an "important addition" to its small-car family, due to be unveiled at the upcoming New York Auto Show. While this is expected to be something more practical, like the 2015 Spark, a new sporty offering from the company could be sweet. Now, X-Tomi Design has given this former concept a new lease of life, with this sweet render of what a production-spec Code 130R could look like. With the right combination of pricing and performance, this could be an interesting model for Chevy.