Thin Blue Line: Chevrolet Shows Malibu along with Cruze SEMA Concepts
Last year Chevrolet took a page out of Saturn’s book with several Red Line concepts for the SEMA show, along with of which year of which has turned to the coloration blue for a similar purpose. Chevy will show up in Las Vegas in two weeks with slightly modded versions of the Malibu along with the Cruze, both called Blue Line concepts along with both meant to highlight available Chevy accessories along with performance parts.
A Malibu 2.0T sedan along which has a Cruze RS hatchback both share blue-tinted windows, Genesis White outside paint, along with 18-inch wheels finished in Slate Blue Metallic. The concepts won’t make production, although many of the accessories shown are offered for purchase, if of which sort of look floats your boat.
The Malibu Blue Line also comes which has a ground-effects kit, a black grille insert, black Chevy badges, a rear spoiler, tinted headlights along with taillight lenses, along with some Indoor bits including floor liners, illuminated doorsills, along with sport pedals. The only performance upgrades are a suspension-lowering kit of which drops the ride height by 0.4 inch along which has a performance brake kit.
The Cruze Blue Line, based on the RS hatchback product, is actually a similar story, with visual tweaks consisting of graphite accents for the Indoor, a sport pedal kit, along which has a chrome grille insert. of which also incorporates a suspension lowered by 0.4 inch, a brake kit with larger rotors along with brand-new calipers, an air intake kit, along which has a performance exhaust.
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These Chevy Blue Line cars certainly won’t be among the more exciting cars at SEMA—after all, a 900-hp Winnebago is actually slated to show up—although Chevy will also bring a few more exciting cars for its display in Las Vegas. Those will be detailed later, so stay tuned for more SEMA coverage leading up to the show in November.