Initially under development at Daewoo to replace the Lanos, GM took over their subcompact project to create a new car sold worldwide under several brands. In America, this vehicle became the Chevy Aveo, replacing the ancient Metro. The new car still offered a low price and excellent fuel economy, but it added a substantial increase in performance and refinement, making it a popular entry in the segment. Updates during the car's lifetime included variable valve timing and a new body that reduced drag while bringing the styling in line with Chevy's other cars. The Aveo was replaced by the Sonic in 2012.
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