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  Chevrolet S3X Concept

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Country of origin:United States
Produced in:2004
Introduced at:2004 Paris Motor Show
Source:Company press release
Last updated:Before December 1st, 2004
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Click here to download printer friendly versionThe S3X show car rings in a new era for vehicles designed, engineered and manufactured by GM Daewoo in South Korea. The S3X, sold under some of GM's most prestigious brands such as Buick, Chevrolet, Daewoo and Pontiac, features environmentally friendly hybrid technology, giving a glimpse into potential future propulsion systems. When the production version is launched in early 2006, it will be the first diesel-powered vehicle sourced from GM Daewoo It also will be the first vehicle in the lineup to be developed entirely by the two-year-old company in South Korea.

The S3X also offers a preview of possible styling cues for future Chevrolet models. The eye-catching SUV (length/width/height: 4,639/1,848/1,722 mm) features powerfully flared wheel arches filled by large 20-inch wheels, striking metal inserts in the front and rear bumpers, horizontal vents in the wings and jewel-like front headlamps in which the light is diverted by cylindrical prisms. Whether open or closed, the large, louvered glass roof creates a light, roomy atmosphere inside the S3X. In addition, the Chevrolet show car is very practical: The rear window can be opened separately to make the luggage compartment readily accessible without needing to open the tailgate.

Despite its compact size, the S3X study has room for three rows of seats - and thus seven passengers - thanks to its long wheelbase of around 2.70 metres. The design of the interior is dominated by a combination of real wood and metal. The infotainment system on board the Chevrolet S3X includes a DVD-based navigation system linked to an 18 cm monitor.

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