Holden's upcoming Trax has already been revealed, but a set of new images released this week offer a new look at the compact SUV.
Shown in Chevrolet badging, the images also offer a first glimpse of the little SUV's rear-end - likely to be identical in Holden form. (Apart from that bowtie badge, of course.)
Setting the little Chevy apart from its platform-mates is a new face with the familiar dual-port grille, along with meatier wheel guards and a new tailgate and tail-light design.
As with the locally-built Cruze small car, Chevrolet's styling will carry over to Australia's Trax largely unchanged, the one-piece Holden grille the only major change.
Internationally, engine options for the Trax will include a 1.6 litre petrol engine, the familiar 103kW 1.4 litre turbo, and a 96kW diesel four-cylinder.
Depending on specification, six-speed manual and automatic transmissions will be on offer (the former getting a stop/start system), along with front- and all-wheel-drive configurations.
Those seeking practicality in the cabin will find a 60/40 split-folding rear seat layout, and 358 litres of storage space with the rear seats in their upright position.
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