Chevrolet has released the first official images of the new Lova RV, which will debut at the Guangzhou Auto Show next month before arriving in Chinese dealerships shortly after.
Described by the automaker as the “only urban recreational vehicle (RV) in its class,” the Lova RV targets younger car buyers who want to make the most of their leisure time.
Design-wise, the car is not spectacular but it isn’t ugly either. The front fascia incorporates the brand’s latest wide, horizontal front end as well as a sporty lip spoiler.
The shield-shaped dual-port grille has a three-dimensional effect, with chrome accents surrounds. The Lova RV features xenon headlamps which are said to offer high-quality night vision while saving energy.
The side view is dominated by the high roof and long rear overhang, while the dual beltline with flowing lines in the rear adds depth. The Lova RV’s floating roofline, 360-degree panoramic back window and hidden D-pillar provide a broad view for the driver and passengers while also contributing to a stylish look.
Chevrolet says that the Lova RV’s rear end “carries over the masculine styling of the Camaro,” but we failed miserably to see that. The dual-element taillights and the integrated rear spoiler help give the back a wide-looking stance.
The car also features dark-tinted rear glass, a panoramic rearview mirror and sport roof rails that provide additional cargo carrying capacity. Add to that the 2,550mm (100.4in) wheelbase and the Lova RV promises to be quite a practical car.
No technical details have been offered yet.