The History of Chevrolet Epica

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Epica redirects here. For models, see Daewoo Magnus.

The Tosca is a mid-size car built by GM in South Korea and marketed by General Motors as Chevrolet , Chevrolet Tosca and Holden Codenamed V250, it replaces the Magnus and its derivatives. The Chevrolet was officially launched in Europe at the Geneva Motor Show. The is noteworthy in that it is available transversely-mounted straight-six engines.

Contrary to the preceding models Leganza and V200 Magnus), were styled by Giugiaro, the was designed entirely in-house.

GM official press releases that Tosca is an acronym for Standard Car. Tosca is a popular opera by Giacomo The Chevrolet Epica name was used on V200 Daewoo models sold in Canada, America, China, Europe, and Micronesia.

Since April 2007, the has been marketed as the Holden for the Australian and New Zealand markets, the Holden Vectra, sourced Opel in Germany. It is also and sold in Uzbekistan as Chevrolet since June 2007.

Daewoo’s XK straight-six engines are by Porsche, and they are what the Tosca from other vehicles. The V250 is a front-wheel car and the engines are mounted transversely; configuration requires the straight-six to be very compact and packed tight.

The Tosca was launched two versions of the straight-six of different the 2.5litre, which was carried from the Magnus, and a 2.0litre, replaces the Holden-sourced E-TEC II used in the previous model. 2006, a 1.8litre version of the II engine model is also in the South Korean market. engine is coupled to either a manual or four-speed automatic

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GM also announced that in 2007 these engines be joined by a 2.0litre RA 420 SOHC common rail turbodiesel, 112kilowatts (150hp) and 310newton (229ft·lbf) of torque. The engine, by GM Powertrain, GM Daewoo, and VM Motori, in the Daewoo Winstorm, and was the first engine used in a Daewoo In early 2008, Daewoo an updated version of Tosca new six-speed automatic tramsmission in Korea.

There are two versions of six-speed transmission: GM 6T40 for the 2.0 and 2.5litre engines and GM 6T45 for the 2.0litre engine. At the same time, also revised rear of the car, changing the rear lamp and rear bumper.

(Source: Jarosław Maznas. A Epica (Polish). Auto i Sport (June 2006):

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