It is marketed in some places as the Aveo Sport, but unfortunately this version is likely to not see the light of some showrooms.
With a more aggressive appearance, the Sonic RS model is inspired by the prototype launched in Detroit in 2010.
Sonic RS will be available in Red Victory, Summit White, Cyber Gray Metallic and Black Granite Metallic, a new color of the body available for the Sonic model on the 2013.
Which ever way you look and by every touch, this model goes on with Chevrolet’s proud, tradition and performance in its second century of existence.
The front of the Sonic RS series model is one of the most dramatic elements from the prototype, with an aerodynamic design that improves the car’s ride.
It also presents some vertical air intakes on the front edge position points opened wide and which covers the fog lights.
The Sonic RS comes standard with a 1.4 liter turbo Ecotec engine, which develops an output of 138 hp (103 kW) and generates a maximum torque of 200 Nm, power maintained throughout the range for high performance even on low speeds.
The model is also provided with an automatic or a six-speed manual transmission. The unique ratios of the six-speed gear manual transmission and the final drive ratio of the automatic transmission gives and adds an dynamism to the Sonic RS model in comparison with other non-RS models.