• CODE 130R, one of Chevrolet's concept vehicles from the 2012 North American International Auto Show is a four-seat boxy coupe in red with matte gold wheels that represents "functional muscle." With an aggressive front fascia, Chevrolet fender flairs and straight body side, CODE 130R makes a unique and unapologetic style statement. The rear-wheel-drive coupe has a Chevy performance crossflag emblem on the body side to further illustrate its link to Chevrolet’s rich performance heritage.

  • CODE 130R, one of Chevrolet's concept vehicles from the 2012 North American International Auto Show is a four-seat boxy coupe in red with matte gold wheels that represents "functional muscle." With an aggressive front fascia, Chevrolet fender flairs and straight body side, CODE 130R makes a unique and unapologetic style statement. The rear-wheel-drive coupe has a Chevy performance crossflag emblem on the body side to further illustrate its link to Chevrolet’s rich performance heritage.
  • CODE 130R, one of Chevrolet's concept vehicles from the 2012 North American International Auto Show is a four-seat boxy coupe in red with matte gold wheels that represents "functional muscle." With an aggressive front fascia, Chevrolet fender flairs and straight body side, CODE 130R makes a unique and unapologetic style statement. The rear-wheel-drive coupe has a Chevy performance crossflag emblem on the body side to further illustrate its link to Chevrolet's rich performance heritage. (01/09/12)
  • CODE 130R, one of Chevrolet's concept vehicles from the 2012 North American International Auto Show is a four-seat boxy coupe in red with matte gold wheels that represents "functional muscle." With an aggressive front fascia, Chevrolet fender flairs and straight body side, CODE 130R makes a unique and unapologetic style statement. The rear-wheel-drive coupe has a Chevy performance crossflag emblem on the body side to further illustrate its link to Chevrolet's rich performance heritage. (01/09/12)

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