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GM Chevrolet Orlando May Come with the Chevy Volt Delta Platform

Published on Aug 4th, 2009, 1 Comment

Chevrolet Orlando concept

The wagon shape isn’t a popular iteration for a commuter to chose but when the same bears a GM Moniker and promises to incorporate the Delta Platform from the Chevy Volt, we sure know we are in for something. The Orlando-a seven passenger multi-purpose vehicle which adorns the wagon shape was on track for a 2011 production but then bankruptcy changed everything for GM. Now the stalled Chevrolet model that was first seen at the Paris Motor Show is moving forward if Bob Lutz is to be believed. It hasn’t been confirmed but as per Lutz, GM is studying the adaptation of Volt technology to the upcoming Orlando. It may therefore be produced as an electric family commuter with an extended range based on the Delta platform of course. [via  GM-Volt.com]



This Chevy actually looks good. Features are interesting and impressive. Volt technology? Hmmm, that’s interesting indeed :)

August 4, 2009 2:48 pm Reply