Chevrolet Nubira dimensions
Latest model: Chevrolet Nubira Station Wagon WTCC R (2006)
Length: 180.3 (in) = 4580 (mm)
Width: 67.9 (in) = 1725 (mm)
Height: 57.5 (in) = 1461 (mm)
Compare Chevrolet Nubira dimensions to: Volkswagen Golf
Chevrolet Nubira details:
+ Appearance: Hot looks of the World Touring Vehicle Championship+ Power: 1. 8-litre supercharged motor with 172 hp, top speed of over 215 km/h+ Chassis: High-performance brakes and stiffer suspension.
The World Touring Vehicle Championship (WTCC) with its 20 races in Asia, Europe and South America, offers the very best in motor racing. Three 270 hp operates racing vehicles from Chevrolet are a permanent fixture on the starting grid, and many millions of TV viewers throughout the world have followed their success. They are built by Chevrolet's WTCC partner in the UK, Ray Mallock Limited. There is now a good chance that you might have a similarly comprehensive car standing in front of your house soon, because following the attention-grabbing premiere of a prototype road version of the Lacetti WTCC in May this year, the company will now, at the IAA International Motor Show in Frankfurt (september 15-25, 2005), present a second study with world championship flair in the shape of the Chevrolet Nubira station wagon WTCC R+. Says Chevrolet's motor racing boss, Eric Nève: It is a definite possibility that this roadworthy racer will become available from our distributors fairly soon.
Like the first concept car, the Mallock team has placed the Chevrolet Nubira station wagon WTCC R+ on extra-wide wheels. And the look of this sporty 5-door model has a great deal in common with the sophisticated aerodynamics of the racing vehicle. This is manifested by the deep front bumper with pronounced air inlets, the wider fenders and the sculpted side sills. A back spoiler and a Venturi-effect back bumper in mix with the dark-tinted windows round off the sporty exterior of the new station wagon. It can be recognized by the R+ logos on the back and on the sides of the front fenders. The plus sign was developed resembling the Chevrolet logo.