List of Daewoo models

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This article is an overview of the past products of Daewoo Motor and GM Daewoo.

Former GM Daewoo range[edit]

Exhaustive list of Daewoo Motor and GM Daewoo passenger cars[edit]

Daewoo-based models[edit]

A T250 Chevrolet Aveo (GM Daewoo Gentra) in Thailand

Also marketed as the Chevrolet Aveo/Kalos/Lova, Holden Barina, Pontiac Wave/G3, and the Suzuki Swift+

Also marketed as the Suzuki Forenza, Chevrolet Optra/Lacetti, Holden Viva and Buick Excelle/Excelle HRV

Also marketed as Holden Cruze, is the South Korean version of Chevrolet Cruze

Also marketed as the Doninvest Assol, ZAZ Lanos/Sens/Chance, FSO Lanos and Chevrolet Lanos

Also marketed as the Doninvest Kondor

Also marketed as the Chevrolet Epica/Evanda, Suzuki Verona, Formosa Magnus

Also marketed as the Chevrolet Matiz/Spark/Joy/Exclusive, Formosa Matiz, FSO Matiz and Pontiac Matiz G2

Will be marketed as the 2010 Chevrolet Spark

The U100 Daewoo Rezzo

Also marketed as the Doninvest Orion

Also marketed as the Chevrolet Tacuma/Rezzo/Vivant

Also marketed as the Chevrolet Epica or Holden Epica

Also marketed as the Chevrolet Captiva and Holden Captiva

Also marketed as the Opel/Vauxhall Antara, Holden Captiva MaXX/Captiva 5, Saturn Vue 2nd generation and UAE GMC Terrain

Holden-based models[edit]

A GM Daewoo Veritas

Rebadged WM Caprice

Rebadged WL Statesman

Honda-based models[edit]

Rebadged Honda Legend 2nd gen.

Opel-based models[edit]

Based on the Opel Kadett E

Based on the Opel Kadett E - Variants : Racer (3-door hatchback) and Penta-5 (5-door hatchback) Other names : 1.5i (Australia), Fantasy (Thailand), Pointer, Daewoo Heaven Exported as : Asüna GT (Canada 1991–1993 hatchback), Asüna SE (Canada 1991–1993 sedan), Passport Optima (Canada 1989–1991) and Pontiac LeMans (North America)

Based on the Opel Kadett C

Based on the Opel Rekord E, more luxurious variants : Super Salon later renamed Brougham (1991–1999)

First generation (1975–1978) based on Opel Rekord D Second generation (1980–1991) based on Opel Rekord E, variants : Automatic, Diesel, Duke, Prince, Salon, Salon Super and XQ

Nissan-based models[edit]

Rebadged Nissan Vanette

Saturn-based models[edit]

  • G2X (2007–2009)

Rebadged Saturn Sky Red Line

The SsangYong Musso when produced by Daewoo Motor in Korea

SsangYong Motor-based models[edit]

Rebadged SsangYong Chairman

Rebadged SsangYong Istana

Rebadged SsangYong Korando

Rebadged SsangYong Musso

Rebadged Ssangyong Rexton

Suzuki-based models[edit]

Rebadged Suzuki Carry - Also marketed as the Chevrolet CMV/CMP

Rebadged Suzuki Alto

Commercial vehicles[edit]

Daewoo's commercial vehicle business was acquired by Tata Motors in 2004. The business is now known as Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle. Daewoo Bus is not owned by Tata.

Concept cars[edit]

See also[edit]