Chevrolet Lanos was a small car produced by the Korean automaker Daewoo from 1997 to 2002, and from 1997 to 2008 it was made in accordance with the license agreement by the Samochodov Ozobowich Factory (FSO) in Poland sold as FSO Lanos and was assembled in Ukraine in modified versions, recognized as Daewoo Sens and Chevrolet Lanos. During the laconic period, the car was also assembled in Russia, and sold as Doninvest Assol.
Lanos was developed by Giorgetto Giugiaro and featured three body styles - 3-door and 5-door cars with an upward-opening rear door and a 4-door sedan. Lanos was designed to replace the Daewoo Nexia and was replaced by Daewoo Kalos without the help of others. The history of the Chevrolet Lanos model will tell you a lot of fascinating.
In 1992, Daewoo launched its joint venture with General Motors, and immediately the decision was made to independently develop a substitute for modern products of Daewoo car engines based on older models of the company General Motors. The development program Lanos was formally launched in the fall of 1993, with the goal of making a car to change the Daewoo Nexia to a small Daewoo home car.