Model was revealed by the automaker, and the changes presented in the vehicle were many, starting with the design, which became much more elegant and harmonious. Both the hatch and sedan versions gained 194 mm in length, something that made it more similar to other competitors in terms of size.
For the top versions, the Onix 2020 features an unprecedented 1.0-liter three-cylinder, flexible engine. With ethanol, the power is 116 hp and the torque, 16.8 mkgf torque. The engine equips the more expensive versions, such as the LTZ, with a six-speed automatic transmission.
According to data released by GM, with three-cylinders, the Onix Plus runs 15.7 km/l with a liter of gasoline and 10.9 km/l with ethanol, on the road. While in the city, the numbers are 12.0 km/l with mineral fuel and 8.6 km/l with sugarcane derivatives.
The new generation of Onix also arrives with a jump in its list of standard items. Highlighting the six airbags, the equipment becomes standard on all versions. There is also an induction cell phone charger, 4G WiFi technology and a start button.
On the multimedia panel, the vehicle features the modern MyLink 3 infotainment center, which in addition to having faster processing and a new interface, being able to connect with two cell phones at the same time. In addition, it also supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
The vehicle is also equipped with automatic headlights on, opening the doors by approaching and starting the engine with a push-button. LED flashlights, fog lights, 15" alloy wheels are also present in Onix.
See prices below:
Chevrolet Onix LT 1.0 flex - R$ 51,590
Chevrolet Onix LTZ 1.0 turbo flex - R$ 66,290
Chevrolet Onix Plus 1.0 flex - R$ 58,590
Chevrolet Onix Plus LT 1.0 flex - R$ 61,190
Chevrolet Onix Plux LTZ 1.0 turbo flex - R$ 70,990