General Motors India has taken the wraps off the Chevrolet Adra – the compact SUV concept, which has been conceived, designed and developed by GM India, made its debut at the Delhi Auto Expo 2014.
The study is the first by General Motors Technical Centre India (GMTC-I), penned specifically for the emerging Indian market. Holden’s Global Design Centre in Australia assisted the development, being responsible for the construction and fabrication of the show car.
At 4.2 metres long, the Adra won’t gain the lower excise benefits given to sub-four metre vehicles, but the speculation is that it’ll be trimmed to meet requirements if the decision to put it to series production comes about, where it’ll go up against the likes of the Ford EcoSport and Renault Duster.
No tech details were released – all the company says is that the Adra boasts stunning design, all-round visibility, high ground clearance, generous interior space and emotional appeal.
Live launch pix courtesy of Faisal from MotorBeam India.