Let’s begin with the Aveo. The interior in this includes a futuristic looking gauge cluster, with the only analog part being the tachometer, a multifunction steering wheel, and a vast array of features on the centre console, much more than you’d normally expect in a car of its class.
Next up, the Orlando interior. This has a Camaro inspired gauge cluster, and we can’t quite make out the Corvette inspiration that Chevy referred to in the press release when the car was launched. There’s also an infotainment system in the centre console, and the two rear rows of seats can be folded down for plenty of luggage space.
Now for the Cruze hatchback show car. From what we can tell, this looks exactly the same as the Cruze sedan’s interior, with a functional, two-tone theme, and an infotainment system.
Lastly, the updated Chevrolet Captiva. This car is being positioned as rugged, with a dark interior including carbon fibre trim. The steering wheel, unlike the majority of Chevy’s new cars, is a multifunctional four-point, similar to that of the Impala’s. It looks rather cheap if we’re brutally honest. The centre console looks much better, with a touchscreen infotainment system and a vast array of functions. The second and third row, like in the Orlando, can fold down for more luggage space.
You can get a better look at the interiors in the videos below.