You’ve seen this before, the Chevrolet Cruze hatchback that was shown at the Paris Motor Show, and here’s the trademark filings from GM with the European patent office. These images confirm that the production model retains the concept’s shape and most of its design.

The front end features the same lower bumper design as the Cruze sedan with round fog lamps, instead of the straight line of LED driving lamps on the concept. The rear bumper design shown here is also more cluttered than the concept’s. The showcar had very distinctive head and tail lamps; we’re not sure if these will survive production.

This global car will wear a Chevrolet bowtie in most markets except a few. GM’s Aussie outpost Holden designed this car, and it will be sold Down Under with a Holden badge. Click here to see our live images from Paris. The rest of the patent filing images are after the jump.

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