Chevrolet Europe has decided to bring the HHR to Europe. The current plan is to offer this unique vehicle that combines styling and interior adaptability, suited to all lifestyles, to European customers in the last quarter of 2007. The HHR has a distinct design that was inspired by the 1949 Chevrolet Suburban â€“ the original utility vehicle.
Chevrolet HHR is a four-door vehicle with a rear touch-pad liftgate. Its high roof evokes the look of the innovative 1949 Chevy Suburban.
The Chevrolet HHR is easily recognizable with its large, square fender flares and a hemispherical grille. The jeweled lighting effects, as well as a flared, twin-taillamp design in the rear that create a look that is half street machine and half vintage Corvette. Stamped door and window appearances with a one-piece wraparound molding contribute to the clean, detailed design and are uncommon in contemporary vehicles. The HHRâ€™s rear window is flush with the body side.
With its overall length of 4475 mm and a cargo capacity of approximately 1787 liters, the five-passenger Chevrolet HHR has easy-to-maneuver dimensions and room for just about any lifestyle interest. Its reconfigurable interior with clever storage solutions accommodates everything from groceries to surfboards.
In addition to the feeling of roominess, the HHR’s interior evokes upscale aura created by detailed, jewel-like displays and chrome accents.
All HHR models include standard features such as air conditioning, power windows, power door locks, power outside mirrors, cruise control and remote keyless entry.
All HHR sound systems feature an auxiliary channel and front-mounted auxiliary input jack, so that an iPod or other audio source can be played through the vehicle audio system.
The Chevrolet HHR has a choice of two technologically sophisticated inline four-cylinder engines, which balances usable power with fuel and emissions efficiency: the 2.2L engine with 149hp and torque of 210 Nm and the 2.4L unit with 175 hp and torque of 228 Nm.