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2011 Chevrolet Mi-ray Concept

October 26th, 2011 Filed under: Chevrolet

The 2011 Chevrolet Mi-ray Concept make debut at Seoul Motor Show. The new Chevrolet Mi-ray Concept combines design elements from the 1963 ’Monza (Monza) SS’ and 1962 Corvair Super Spyder and molds them into a futuristic design language. The Chevrolet Mi-ray Concept is carbon fiber and CFRP (carbon fiber reinforced plastic) and the angular character stands with ambient lighting underneath.

Front, the Chevrolet Mi-ray Concept has a new dual-port grille support by new signature headlights LED daytime running lights, while the front fenders and rear evoke Chevrolet Corvette from the past. Chevrolet has also opted for a spoiler in carbon fiber that limit the power down, the retractable flaps which provide additional control of airflow, taillamps at the rear again just because. The concept of sitting in carbon fiber composite aluminum-20-inch front and 21-inch rear wheels and the has been achieved through the doors scissor Le Mans style racing.

The Chevrolet Mi-ray Concept come with jet-inspired interior combines brushed aluminum, natural leather, white fabric, and the liquid metal surfaces, all surrounded by a shell of carbon fiber, which gives a light but rigid. Chevrolet Mi-ray Concept focused on the driver’s cockpit is inspired by the legendary Corvette, but the seats are asymmetrical from a symmetrical design, which allows the driver to feel totally connected to the car. A very unique feature of the concept of projection Chevrolet Mi-ray Concept news is back on the instrument panel. The information contained in the front of the driver has been divided into three zones. Touchscreen Centre flows an aluminum support, which indicates the nose of a fighter jet and the landing gear.

Engine the 2011 Chevrolet Mi-ray Concept powered by hybrid combines a 1.5 liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine mounted behind the cockpit that drives the rear wheels with two engines mounted on the front of 15 kW power for quick acceleration and zero emissions in urban driving. The electric motors that get their energy from a battery of 1.6 kWh lithium-ion battery that is charged by regenerative braking energy. The new Chevrolet Mi-ray Concept has the ability to boot from the front wheel drive with the rear wheels. The hybrid system combined with dual-clutch transmission (DCT) and the start-stop system.

Source: Chevrolet

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