Chevrolet Tracker - mini-crossover, which is being prepared for release in 2013 by General Motors Corporation under the Chevrolet brand. In October 2011, GM announced the possible release of a subcompact crossover based on the Chevrolet Aveo / Sonic, then the name of the crossover was not yet known.
In May 2012 the company published photos of the car, information about the engines, and a possible name - Tracker. Then, at the Paris Motor Show of the same year, the crossover was introduced to the public, but the company said that the official name of the car will be Trax, under which it will be sold worldwide, except for some markets - in Russia (for objective reasons) and Brazil (there the name T-Rax is called the type of drug) it will be called Tracker, and in Oceania it will be called Holden Trax. World sales will begin in early 2013. The crossover will not be sold in the US, since it already sells his brother - Buick Encore, a prestigious "clone" of the European Opel Mokka. Nevertheless, in Canada and Mexico it is available, and even from the end of 2012. In the Customs Union is produced in 2013 in Kazakhstan.
In 2015, a small batch of Belarusian assembly cars was sold in Russia. In Uzbekistan, in 2018 a large-bodied SDK assembly was launched in Tashkent, from 2019 it will be produced at the GM plant in Asaka.