Chevrolet Lacetti is a mid-size car front-wheel drive (class "C" according to European classification) created by the South Korean automaker, GM Daewoo. Factory index number is J200. It comes in a 4-door sedan, a 5-door hatchback and a 5-door wagon.
The model replaced Daewoo Nubira. The sedan and versatile design is designed in the Italian studio Pininfarina, the hatchback design was created by the Italian studio Giorgetto Giudjaro. The car is presented in the summer of 2003, it was launched in 2004.
In 2009 Chevrolet Lacetti and Chevrolet Cobalt replaced Chevrolet Cruze brand new GM model for all Chevrolet Cruze markets.
In addition, the 1.6 liter Chevrolet Cruze engine, after appropriate modernization, was borrowed from the Chevrolet Lacetti SE. But another 1.6-liter Chevrolet Cruze engine was taken from the Opel Astra and has nothing to do with the equivalent engine of 1.8 liters from the Chevrolet Lacetti SX or CDX.
Since 2013, the Daewoo Gentra sedan, which is based on Chevrolet Lacetti's 1.5-liter petrol engine with 107 hp power, is being offered on the market.