The Chevrolet Cruze is a car that was created for everyday use, so sportiness is a word that doesn’t define it. Fortunately for Cruze owners, the German tuner, Irmscher, revealed a tuning package for the sedan this past weekend.
The tuner started with a few changes under the hood. Thanks to a new suspension and new exhaust silencers with elliptical twin exits, the 2.0 liter turbo diesel engine develops a total of 186HP and 466Nm at 2,300 rpm compared to the 113-141hp produced by the standard Chevy Cruze.
The package also includes: an optional boot lid spoiler, 18" alloy wheels with 225 sport tires and aluminum door sills.
This tuning package makes a lot more sense than the Chevrolet Cruze Bumblebee by Irmscher that was created about nine months ago. Turning a Chevrolet Camaro into a Chevrolet Cruze, really? We think Irmscher should stick to beefing the Cruze up like they did here.