Ford recently adopted the “One Ford” program, where you can find any Ford model in any country. This means that a Mustang sold in the United States will be the same Mustang sold in Japan. Chevy is now doing the same thing, bringing five new models to the Detroit Auto Show that are not available in the United States. They call this program “Find New Roads” and General Motors hopes to engage new crowds with these models.
This does not mean that the models will make it to the US market, it simply means that GM is testing waters and wants to see how the public takes to the cars. Chevy has added the following cars to their Detroit lineup: Spin, Onix, Orlando, Sail, and Trax. Most believe that the Spin will become available for purchase, as the Trax and Orlando weren’t taken too kindly by the public in the US before. The Onix plans to be sold only in Brazil.