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|Body style||5-door wagon concept car|
|Engine||1.0 L diesel|
The Chevrolet Groove is one of three small car concepts introduced on 4 April 2007 at the 2007 New York International Auto Show. The Groove showcases a new style of small car from General Motors. The mini car was completely designed by GM Daewoo in South Korea. The Groove is powered by a small, efficient 1.0 L diesel engine.
The Chevrolet Beat and the Chevrolet Trax were also showcased to provide a vision for future designs in the GM subcompact segment. These three concepts were voted on after their introduction on the website www.vote4chevrolet.com. In the end, both the Groove and Trax lost to the Beat, which is slated for production.
Both Beat and Trax were eventually green-lit for production. While the Groove was not, design language from it has found its way into the Chevrolet Sonic and Chevrolet Orlando designs.
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