Chevrolet Code 130R : 2012

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The Chevrolet Code 130R concept, is a four-seat coupe with a simple upright profile.

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2012 Chevrolet Code 130R.

Painted in an all-new red metallic paint with matte anodized gold wheels, Code 130R features heritage performance-inspired styling and rear-wheel drive. With an aggressive front fascia, Chevrolet fender flares, straight body side and Chevy crossflag emblem, Code 130R makes a link to Chevrolet’s performance heritage.

Code 130R’s designers conceived the turbocharged engine to be tuned to work in tandem with eAssist technology. By shutting off the engine at stops, recapturing braking energy, and smoothing torque during acceleration, this concept takes automotive electrification to the next level and balances turbocharged performance with fuel economy.

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2012 Chevrolet Code 130R.

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2012 Chevrolet Code 130R.

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2012 Chevrolet Code 130R.

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