Chevrolet has just announced that its new Cruze model has managed to sell over 100,000 units in the 60 countries where it was launched up until now.
This is great news, as Chevy is getting ready to reveal the average-priced sedan in its native USA during the third quarter of 2010. The new car also got a very important endorsement from none other than the President of the USA, Barrack Obama, which called it the “Car of the Future”. He was so pleased, he even autographed it, as you can see above.
“Cruze is already a hit across Europe and Asia and now, it’s coming to America to challenge the status quo,” said Jim Campbell, general manager, Chevrolet. “It’s the latest tangible example of how Chevrolet is working to bring new products to market that range from gas-friendly to gas-free.”
The Cruze is a part of Chevrolet’s new global offensive of new cars, specifically design for a larger market, not only its native USA. It will also play a big role in GM’s goal of selling over 1 million Chevrolet units in Europe by 2015.
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