USA: Chevrolet confirms Cobalt replaces Cavalier - report
A new Chevrolet to be built at the General Motors Lordstown Assembly Plant in Ohio, from 2004, replacing the Cavalier, will be called Cobalt, Associated Press (AP) reported. AP said the name wasn't a surprise because car dealers were shown a prototype of the car at an event in California a few weeks ago. But Chevrolet had withheld the name until Tuesday, when it announced it to employees at the plant, the report added, noting also that the 22-year-old Cavalier name is being retired.
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