Chevrolet ‘M Cruze’ is orange & black in China
Published on July 30, 2012 by Tycho de Feijter
The Chevrolet Cruze is a decent but rather boring family sedan, made in China by the Shanghai-GM joint venture. One great owner in Guangdong Province decided to do something about this. He got himself some glue and wrapped his car in orange & black, then he went on to lower it a bit, hammered on a body kit, fitted large tires with blacked-out alloys and added an M-badge to finish it all off. A badge like this costs some 25 to 50 yuan on the market, depending on size, material and quality.
The normal Chevrolet Cruze is priced between 99.800 yuan and ends at 148.900 yuan. The owner of this M-edition spend some 10.000 yuan to realize his dream. Not cheap, but look at it! Chevrolet also knows the Cruze ain’t that exciting, earlier on they launched the Cruze Transformers Edition which sadly didn’t really sell. A Cruze hatchback however is on its way which might become kinda hot if combined with a new 1.4 turbo. No worry for those who prefer really boring because the Cruze Wagon is coming to China too.