It's been quite a busy summer (okay, rainy season) for Chevrolet. Just about a month after it launched the all-new Trailblazer in Thailand, the iconic American brand has introduced the new replacement for the Aveo B-segment car in the guise of the Sonic.
Available in both four-door saloon and five-door hatchback forms, the Sonic is hoping to attract the younger generation of car buyers with its new-found levels of sporty design.
The immediate design element that will catch eyes is the angry face with the shark-eye lights, very much like in the Mitsubishi Lancer EX and Alfa Romeo 159. In fact, the Sonic is the second Chevy to get such a mask after today's facelifted Captiva.
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