Chevrolet WTCC ULTRA Concept 

  • 2006
 
Its hatchback form maximizes its space efficiency, and a compact, 190-hp diesel engine allows performance and efficiency to coexist.
by AutomobileMag News (Sep, 2006)
The Chevrolet WTCC Ultra concept is propelled by a 190-hp common rail turbo-diesel engine, which is derived from the 2.0-litre unit featured in the Chevrolet Captiva SUV due next year in Europe.
by JON-YANCA (Sep, 2006)

Data points Key details of the Chevrolet WTCC ULTRA Concept

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Chevrolet WTCC ULTRA Concept

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Also drawing the crowds to Chevy's stand at Paris will be the new Captiva SUV, which will reach UK showrooms in the first half of 2007, powered by a 150PS version of the 2.0-litre diesel engine or a 2.4-litre petrol unit.
It's equipped with a 190PS common rail turbodiesel engine, based on the 2.0-litre unit that will debut in the Captiva SUV and Lacetti models next year, and unlike most motor show styling studies is a fully-working vehicle, with performance to rival high performance petrol cars.
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Sep

2006 Chevrolet WTCC Ultra Concept

AutomobileMag News
Its hatchback form maximizes its space efficiency, and a compact, 190-hp diesel engine allows performance and efficiency to coexist.
During the ride, it would assimilate to European-performance-car ideals, shrinking in exterior dimensions and-most definitely-engine size.
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Chevrolet WTCC ULTRA Concept

by JON YANCA |
Car & Driver News
The Chevrolet WTCC Ultra concept is propelled by a 190-hp common rail turbo-diesel engine, which is derived from the 2.0-litre unit featured in the Chevrolet Captiva SUV due next year in Europe.
Auto Shows arrow Chevrolet WTCC ULTRA Concept Capitalizing on the recent success of Chevrolet's World Touring Car Championship team, Chevrolet Europe unveils its all-new "ready-to-race" concept car in Paris.

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Brand Chevrolet
Year 2006

transmission

Gearing Traditional

suspension, wheels & brakes

Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Disc

power & handling

Steering system Rack and pinion

engine

Fuels Gas
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