The MPV segment in India is one of the hottest and Chevrolet is yet to make a major dent in it with the Enjoy. From the car’s boxy styling to a rather uninspiring cabin, there are few things working for the Enjoy. The carmaker has taken note of these points and is now preparing to launch a facelifted version of the Enjoy in India.
A spy image of the interior of the Chevrolet Enjoy facelift has just emerged on the interweb. The first change that can be seen is the smart-looking new 3-spoke steering wheel. This wheel now gets piano black inserts with a sprinkling of some silver accents. The new wheel now also gets the traditional golden hue for the ‘Chevrolet’ logo. It also comes with steering-mounted audio controls, which will mostly be restricted to the top-spec variants of this MPV.
Cabin of the outgoing Chevrolet Enjoy for representation purpose only.
To add to the premium cabin appeal of the Enjoy facelift, Chevrolet has added a dash of chrome. The shiny stuff can now be found on the aircon vents, gear stick, handbrake lever and door handles. The armrests for the doors also get a piano black finish. Higher variants of the Chevrolet Enjoy facelift will also sport faux leather seat covers, further adding to the premium feeling. The carmaker has also made a few changes to the exterior of the Enjoy facelift, including a blacked out treatment for the B and C pillar. Chevrolet has also placed a strip of chrome right above the rear licence plate holder. The 2015 Chevrolet Enjoy facelift is likely to retain the outgoing powertrains. This means the MPV will continue to be powered by a 1.3-litre turbo diesel and 1.4-litre 4-banger petrol engines. The engines will come paired with a 5-speed manual transmission.
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