Among the different car makers in the auto industry, the General Motors Corporation is one name should not forget. Why? Because the General Motors just so happen to be currently the world's largest car manufacturer and global industry sales leader for almost eight decades. Some of the car marques under it are the Buick, Cadillac, GMC, GM, Daewoo, Pontiac and others.
The Chevrolet was also a brand of automobile under the General Motors has become one of the most sought after car brands in the world after its merger with the latter. Some of the most notable Chevrolet models in the car, SUV, truck, and minivan lineup include Astro, Aveo, Cavalier, Corvair, Cobalt, Corvette, Impala, Malibu, Avalanche, Blazer, TrailBlazer, Tahoe, Uplander Venture and many others including the Epica.
The Chevrolet Epica has an interesting history considering that it did not come from an original concept. To trace it down, the Epica was originally a Daewoo Magnus concept. Similarly, the Chevrolet Epica can also be referred to as Chevrolet Evanda or Daewoo Evanda and Suzuki Verona. It is mid-size sedan that measures 187.8 inches in length, 71.5 inches in width, 56.7 inches in height and 106.3 in wheelbase. It is based upon the internal Daewoo designation of V200 which is just an extensive development of the V100 Daewoo Leganza.
The production of the V100 was terminated in 2002 and the V200 Daewoo Evanda came as a replacement, which subsequently was significantly facelifted in 2006. In the meantime, the V200 was sold under Daewoo marque in Western Europe and under Chevrolet in some Eastern European countries. In 2004, the Daewoo marque was phased out leaving only the Chevrolet as the sole brand to sell Evanda.
Consequently, Evanda was rebadged as the Suzuki for North American market and Chevrolet Epica in other markets such as Canadian, Colombian and Chilean. In Canada, Epica came in two trims to which are the LS and the LT. It recently came to sport a 2.5 liter inline-6 engine, and driving the front wheels via an electronically operated four speed transmission. Although included in the luxury class, the Epica is still economical. It is equipped with 8-way power seat, 15-inch alloy wheels, 4-wheel disc brakes and other standard equipments.
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