In standard Chevrolet Aveo form, the car is said to feature much of the same chunky body design features as the sporty-looking Aveo RS Concept model. Reports say Chevrolet is aiming to place the car into the small hatch market sector as a strong competitor, offering plenty of standard equipment throughout the range.
Chevrolet has confirmed the car will offer stability control and ABS brakes as standard as well as feature an energetic interior with an instrument cluster that resembles a motorcycle-like gauge setup.
There's been no confirmation that this Chev will be the next Holden Barina but it's worth mentioning that the original Chevrolet Aveo RS Concept was actually built here in Australia at Holden's Port Melbourne factory. Our bet is that this will be the 2011 Holden Barina.