General Motors piqued our interest last week with a video glimpse of the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu (albeit in highly stylized rendered form), as well as a teaser image of its taillights. In the video, GM tells us the new Malibu will be wider than the outgoing Malibu with a more rakish exterior design. The teaser image goes a step further, showing us that the 2013 model's taillights are strikingly similar to those at the butt of the Camaro.
Fast forward one week and The General is ready to give us another peek at the interior. As you can see from the photo above, the new Malibu will feature a more fluid cabin design than the current model with fewer buttons and GM's new touch-friendly MyLink infotainment system prominently displayed.
It's difficult to judge the new Malibu's interior by looking at one intentionally poor-lit teaser images, but we see some serious potential. Here's hoping the materials can match up to the LCD screen.
The Malibu will be unveiled on April 18 at the Shanghai Motor Show, and you'll be able to watch the reveal live from Chevy's Facebook page.