Mumbai Port: 140 units of left hand drive Chevrolet Beat have been shipped from India to Chile by General Motors India. These exports mark the commencement of vehicle exports from the country and demonstrate company commitment to see GMâ€™s Indian products across global markets.
General Motors India today launched the new Chevrolet Sail hatchback and sedan for a price between Rs 4.41 and Rs 6.81 lakh, and Rs 5.19 and Rs 7.64 lakh, repectively. Prices are ex-showroom, New Delhi.
Chevrolet India has distributed a brief online teaser for its forthcoming new drives. General Motor’s only operational marquee here implies the new Sail sedan and U-VA hatchback are stylish and classy, being artistically sculpted with muscular contours.
Talegaon: General Motors CEO Mary Barra today rolled out the first Left-Hand-Drive Chevrolet Beat for exports at the Indian manufacturing plant in Talegaon, Maharashtra. General Motors India will start exporting vehicles to Chile in South America later this year.
First launched in 2008, the Chevrolet Cruze nameplate has already managed to achieve 3 million sales globally. Of the three, the last million came the fastest, in a record time of just 16 months.
Chevrolet has unveiled their second generation Niva SUV concept at the 2014 Moscow International Motor Show. Expected to enter production in 2016, this new compact SUV is a rugged beast aimed at Renault Duster.
For Manchester United’s first club game in the 2014/15 season, Chevrolet worked to get each first team player to walk onto the pitch wearing a shirt that bore their mascot’s on the back.
General Motors India in improving its environmental performance has commissioned a new biogas facility at its Halol manufacturing plant, Gujarat.
2 children from New Delhi will step in as mascots for Manchester Unitedâ€™s opening Premier League match of the 2014/15 season. The duo, alongwith 9 others will attend soccer school, tour Old Trafford and meet first team members and club legends.
Chevrolet is hosting 11 children aged 10-13 from Brazil, China, South Africa, India, South Korea and United States, among others, in Manchester this week as mascots for Manchester Unitedâ€™s Premier League season opening game on Saturday at Old Trafford.