The beautifully balanced Chevrolet Malibu is expected to come out next year in 2018 with a promise of ‘no compromise’ by the makers. Combining a passion for driving with exceptional efficiency and latest technology, this vehicle showcases dramatic style both in terms of looks and performance. It comes with a slew of safety features designed to accommodate a range of drivers and includes seamlessly connectivity with state of the art technology for a variety of gadgets.
It is being touted as a midsize car that is stylish, safe and sporty at the same time. Chevrolet Malibu boasts of advanced technological features, a spacious, aesthetically designed interior and an agile design, all of which come together to make this car a midsize vehicle that strikes the perfect balance, making it a unique vehicle.
Some of the highlighted features of the Chevrolet Malibu include availability of LED daytime running lamps, aerodynamic sculpting, availability of LED tail lamps, availability of dual exhaust outlets, availability of controls mounted on the steering wheels, wireless charging, built in USB ports, Android auto compatibility, Apple Car play and a built-in 4G LTE Wi-Fi.
Another striking feature of this vehicle is the Malibu Redline Edition that comes with a Black grille and bowtie. Added to this the signature Black wheels with Red accents and other additional features that give it a sharp dose of street-smart attitude that is available on the Malibu LT.
The Redline Series is a special edition series designed to express personal style for cars, Chevy Trucks, SUVs and crossovers in the form an urban, street smart look. These looks are tailored and personalized to fit each model to add a sporty design that accentuates the unique personality of every vehicle.
The Redline roster is presently available for Silverado 1500 and will soon be launched in scale up through seven more Redline models.
The Malibu Hybrid, on the other hand, comes with a 1.8L hybrid engine that offers 49 MPG city and hybrid-exclusive features. These features include the Driver Efficiency Gauge that provides feedback on how a person’s driving habits affect fuel economy, enabling the user to analyze their performance and make the best use of the gas gallons.