The Daewoo Kalos is a subcompact automobile manufactured by GM Daewoo (the South Korean subsidiary of General Motors) introduced in 2002 and marketed globally in 120 countries prominently as the Chevrolet Aveo (ah-VAY-o). Marketed worldwide under five GM brands and eleven different nameplates, the Kalos vehicles have evolved through two re-stylings in the car's first generation and have featured three body styles and five engine configurations all built on a dedicated platform shared with no other vehicles. The two styling iterations are called T200 and T250 deriving from the internal coding used by first Daewoo and then GM Daewoo during the car's development. The nameplate "Kalos" derives from the Greek word kalos ( ) for "beautiful".
UitgeverFrederic P. Miller
UitgeverAgnes F. Vandome
Frederic P. Miller
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