[QUOTE=gamma1;2084934]See the USA in a Chevrolet…[/QUOTE]
General Motors has owned the Daewoo brand for years. Until 2003 in Italy there used to be that brand, but since that year’s summer GM has decided to suspend it and rename it to Chevrolet.
In that way Italians can now buy USA’s Chevrolet models (Tahoe, TrailBlazer etc). The problem is that in Italy one liter of gasoline costs more than 1,5 Euros and so no one except the rich can afford that models. So the majority of Italians buy low-cost Chevrolet cars that are no more than the old Daewoos, but renamed. The consequence is that you see 800-cc Chevrolet Matiz (or Automatiz depending on the automatic transmission), 800-cc Chevrolet Kalos and so on. This is simply ridiculous in my point of view… Chevy is a respectable brand and shall not be reduced to sell low-cost idiot models
In addition GM has decided not to sell in Italy low-displacement Chevrolet models like 2.4-liter Camaro. If you want one you must pay ~ 55,000 Euros while in the USA it costs much less.
The same applies to Ford Mustang (I know because in my town there’s one 3.9-liter 390 HP… the owner has paid 70,000 EUR for it).