At the Geneva Motor Show, Chevrolet is about to amaze fans and spectators with a new variant of its already exclusively successful model Chevrolet Cruize. Promised to mirror some of the styling highlights of the last year's premiered Cruze Hatchback, the Chevy newcomer is aimed at bringing even greater success in the brand sales charts.

As a hatchback model, the soon-to-be-premiered Cruize might bring extra versatility to the range. It will also attract the fans with its sweeping coupe roofline and short front and rear overhangs, as well as dynamic stance and remarkable sleekness.

The new Cruize hatch will benefit from a whole new engine line-up, showcasing the range -topping diesel plant as the one of the newly-launched Orlando – 163 horsepower mated to a standard six-speed manual gearbox.

Chevrolet Managing Director, Mark Terry shared: "The Cruze Hatchback will give us a huge opportunity in the UK. This year alone, we've got four major new model launches that will have a significant positive impact on our product line-up in the UK, as well as the Camaro to cast a halo over the rest of our range.

Alongside Orlando, the New Captiva and New Aveo, the Cruze hatch delivers greater choice and versatility to our customers, and as well as offering the same great value and quality finish that our retail customers are used to, it will give us a far greater presence in the hotly contested fleet market."

The Chevy Cruze Hatchback is scheduled for launch in the UK in the summer of 2011, while price tags and detailed specs are still to be released.