To be based on the Daewoo Matiz, speculators are saying the super-mini will take up presence as the new entry-level Holden, taking over - or under - the Holden Barina. The new super-mini is said to be 24cm shorter than the current Holden Barina, in five-door form.
Powering the model will be a very frugal 1.2-litre engine offering 60kW, and, contrary to the name, it won't receive electric-help by means of hybrid technology. The car is available overseas and is marketed as a Chevrolet where it presents fuel consumption and emission figures of 5.1L/100km and 119gm of CO2/km, respectively.
Sources also say the car will hit the showrooms by next month. We should expect a price tag of around $14,990.