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The name Captiva appeared in Chevrolet dealer price lists in 2006. This mid-size crossover was developed by the South Korean branch of GM in Inchon based on the GM Theta platform, and the Daewoo S3X concept introduced in Paris in 2004 became its immediate predecessor.
The model was originally planned as a “worldwide”: in Europe, India, Southeast Asia and the Middle East it was sold under the name Chevrolet Captiva, in South Korea – like Daewoo Winstorm, in Australia and New Zealand – like Holden Captiva. Captiva produced a number of factories: directly in South Korea (Incheon), in Thailand (Royong), China (Shanghai), Vietnam (Hanoi), Uzbekistan (Asaka), Kazakhstan (Ust-Kamenogorsk) … Continue reading