2013 Chevrolet Malibu Turbo Goes through Wind Tunnel Torture

Chevrolet is trying to bring out some of the top features with the new Malibu that is going to hit the market and Chevrolet is now trying to make sure that the vehicle performs not only in snow, rain, heat and dark and low light conditions but also in some torturing windy conditions. For this General Motors has decided to put their 2013 Chevrolet Malibu Turbo in the Climatic Wind Tunnel where the car will be tested to its limit and see if it works or not. The company said that Chevrolet Malibu Turbo stood the torturing windy conditions and also sub zero conditions inside the wind tunnel.

Chevrolet revealed that they put the car in the 40 degrees below zero conditions and windy blizzard conditions to see if the vehicle can perform and it did. The wind tunnel can blow the wind at the speed of 150 mph. Chevrolet said that they have the state of the art facility that replicates any kind of torturing climate outside on the planet and they have taken into consideration all the aspects of the vehicle like ventilation, air conditioning, cabin heating and also powertrain cooling. Ben Cruz, GM Engineering Group Manager for Thermal Testing at the Climatic Wind Tunnel said that testing the vehicle here saves a lot of time and effort to take the car to remote locations where they can check it in real climatic conditions. Here they can replicate the same climatic conditions and save lot of time and money to test the vehicle’s stability and performance.

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