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2011 Chevrolet Captiva/Opel Antara/Daewoo Winstorm

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The triplets Opel Antara, Chevrolet Captiva and Daewoo Winstorm are getting ready for a facelift. Earlier photos have shown the prototype with a lot of camouflage in the front so this is the first time we actually see the front almost without camouflage. The grille has got some Infinity influences and the bumper is new designed but don’t mind the fake head lights, they are just part of the cammo. Other changes are the indicators in the side mirrors and an updated interior. We will probably find some new or modified engines under the hood as well when it’s time for the triplets to hit the showrooms in the middle of 2010.

Actually there used to be a fourth brother in the family, the Saturn Vue. But since the Saturn brand has been axed by GM it might be time for the Chevrolet version to hit the US market. In the world of smaller and more fuel efficient SUVs this could very well be a big seller in the US.

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just putting it out there:

I like it. It looks aggressive, yet it doesn't look overly macho like some things tend to cough*DODGE*cough

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I guess a US variant could give GM a compact CUV competitor to the CR-V, Sportage, RAV4, Escape, etc, since the Equinox/Terrain are more midsized CUVs...

this is on a SWB version of the platform the 1st gen Equinox used, I think?

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they kick out Orlando for the Equinox, THIS isn't coming either,

I would think w/ the higher EPA standards coming, GM would want to pack their NA line w/ as many small fuel efficient vehicles as possible...the Captiva and Orlando would compliment the current line.

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