The all-new 2013 Chevrolet Malibu made its worldwide presentation at the 2011 Auto Shanghai, with synchronous presentations in the United States and China - two of the about 100 nations on six mainlands where it will be sold. Chevrolet's first worldwide medium size car will give clients from Shanghai to New York and Sydney to Sao Paulo with expressive configuration, propelled innovations, ride execution and fuel-effective powertrains.

Chevrolet Malibu's dynamic shade framework consequently closes wind stream through the lower admission opening when air admission is slightest required. Whenever shut, the shade framework upgrades streamlined execution by diverting wind current around the front of the vehicle and down the sides, instead of through it. Whether the screen is open or shut relies on upon motor coolant temperature and rate - for instance, the shades open when the auto is going up a slope, pulling a trailer, or in hot city driving; the screens close at expressway speeds when less motor cooling is required.

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