GM Chevrolet Enjoy MPV caught with minimal cladding
Last Updated at
- 02:24 pm, June 03, 2012
The new batch of spy shots of the Enjoy MPV give a glimpse of the interiors.
GM unveiled the Chevrolet Enjoy MPV in a concept form back at the Auto Expo 2012 and since then the production version of this people carrier has been spotted testing rigorously around the country. In fact the web-o-sphere is full of the MPV’s spy shots from Chennai, Bangalore, Halol, Pune, Mumbai, Cochin etc. Now we have got a fresh batch of the Enjoy’s spy shots which were snagged when the MPV was being tested in Pune - thanks to the efforts of our friend, auto-enthusiast and OnCars loyalist, Satyajeet Bhaskare.
As compared to the other spy shots that we have seen so far, these photos reveal the Enjoy MPV with minimal cladding. The tailgate is completely visible in these images and shows that very little has changed from what was shown to us at the Auto Expo. The only addition is the monogram from the model name (Enjoy), which is still hiding under a tape on the right hand side of the fifth door.
The body lines were visible on the earlier spy shots too and the cladding only covered the tail and the face until now. The face of the Enjoy is still covered, however, we do not expect it to look any different from the MPV concept shown at the Expo.
The images also give us a quick glimpse of the interiors of this seven-seater. The visual treatment doesn’t look premium - but it is still too early to comment on that. There is a second row of roof-mounted blowers that sit right behind the first row of seats. Since there are four blowers that can be seen in these shots, we believe that the third row will not get any individual units. The setup is quite similar to what you get in the Maruti Suzuki Ertiga.
The Chevrolet Enjoy MPV will utilise a 1.4-litre petrol engine that puts out a little over 98 PS of power while the diesel version is expected to get a Fiat sourced 1.3-litre Multijet engine that puts out 90 PS of power. The Enjoy will be placed head-on against the Ertiga and will have better cabin space to its advantage. Like the Ertiga, the Ejoy too will offer flexible seating - to an extent where all the rear seats can be removed altogether to make room for cargo.
The Ejoy is expected to hit showroom floors by October 2012 with a price ranging from Rs 6 to 9 lakhs. Stay tuned as we bring you more info on the Enjoy MPV.
First Published on 02:24 pm, June 03, 2012
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