"The all-new Chevrolet Sonic blends the practicality of a small car with the passion for driving that Chevrolet vehicles like the Corvette are known for," said Chris Perry, vice president of Chevrolet marketing. "Its combination of great design, fun driving experience and the latest connectivity features create a serious competitor with a fun spirit."
"Chevrolet is the only company building a small car in the United States," said Perry. "We believe the Sonic will bring substance to the segment, with progressive styling, performance and value that will change perceptions of what a small car can be in America."
The vehicle and five-entryway models are unmistakably distinctive. The five-entryway conveys a tight, two-box shape with forceful, jumping highlight lines, while the car's "notchback" profile has a more upscale and full grown nearness. At first look, the five-entryway model resembles a three-entryway hatch on the grounds that the back entryway handles are attentively situated in the "C"- column territory. The back of the five-entryway proceeds with unpredictable points of interest, including uncovered, cruiser propelled back taillamps.
A scope of wheel sizes is accessible, including 17-inch haggles tires. Power-helped front plate and back drum brakes are standard, alongside a four-channel non-freezing stopping mechanism. The four-sensor framework - one at every wheel - consolidates electronic brake power dissemination, which equalizations braking execution taking into account such components as street conditions and the heaviness of travelers and/or payload.