Chevrolet Miray

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Chevrolet Miray
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Chevrolet Miray concept car.
Overview
Manufacturer Chevrolet (General Motors)
Designer Chevrolet Advanced Design team
Body and chassis
Class Concept car
Body style 2 door Roadster
Layout M4 Layout
Doors Scissor
Powertrain
Engine 1.5 L (hybrid gasoline / electric)
Electric motor 15 kW motors (2)
Transmission Dual-clutch transmission
Battery 1.6 kWh lithium-ion battery

The Chevrolet Miray (Korean for "future") was a concept car designed, branded, and built by Chevrolet. Introduced at the 2011 Seoul Motor Show, the car shows a “mid-electric” concept. [1]

Contents

Design

Exterior

The exterior of the Miray is made of carbon fiber and has an angled groove on the side that lighted underneath it. [1] It has LED headlights and a dual port grill. [1] At the rear, there are retractable flaps that give the vehicle additional airflow. [1] The concept has aluminum-carbon fiber composite wheels that are 20 inches in the front and 21 inches in the back. [1] Occupants enter the vehicle through scissor doors. [1]

Interior

The interior is composed of brushed aluminum, natural leather, white fabric, and liquid metal materials. [1] A projected instrument panel shows the performance of the Miray. The cockpit was inspired by the Chevrolet Corvette. [1]

Functionality

Instead of traditional side mirrors, rearview cameras emerge from the side windows while a front-facing camera shows real-time video that is overlaid on the GPS navigation. [2]

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References

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