Full List of Daewoo Models

Below is a list of all Daewoo cars & models that have come out so far. This Daewoo vehicle model list includes photos of Daewoo vehicles along with release dates and body types of each car. Did you used to drive one of the old Daewoo cars on this list? The company has had hits and misses, but definitely have put out some great cars. Everything from Daewoo Tico to Daewoo LeMans is featured on this list, so cast your votes below. This list of car models made by Daewoo is a great way to see how Daewoo has evolved over the years. Daewoo types also have car class information available if you click on their names and go to their dedicated page.

  • The Holden Statesman (WM) and Holden Caprice are a line of full size luxury cars produced by the General Motors Australian subsidiary, Holden since September 2006. The range debuted alongside the VE Commodore on 16 July 2006 at the Melbourne Convention Centre. With the Statesman's export plans, it was felt that its launch should be simultaneous with that of the Commodore, rather than months later, as had been the choice. Holden has exported this series to the Middle East as the Chevrolet Caprice since 2007 starting in 2014 with 2 trims discontinued. Sales of the WM Statesman in South Korea as the Daewoo Veritas commenced at the end of 2008 & was discontinued in 2010 after GM phased out the ...more
  • Chevrolet Aveo (T200)
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    The Chevrolet Aveo (T200) is the first generation of the Chevrolet Aveo, a subcompact automobile manufactured since 2002 by GM Daewoo, the South Korean subsidiary of General Motors — originally marketed as the Daewoo Kalos and prominently marketed as the Aveo. The model received the T200 internal codes, used first by Daewoo, and then, by GM Daewoo during the car's development. The T250 code was designated for the model's facelift. Designed, engineered and originally marketed by GM Daewoo, the Aveo superseded the Daewoo Lanos and was marketed worldwide in 120 countries under five brands. In its home market of South Korea, the T200 was known as Daewoo Kalos, before being rebranded Daewoo ...more
  • Daewoo LeMans
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    The Daewoo LeMans is a compact car, first manufactured by Daewoo Motors in South Korea between 1986 and 1994, and between as 1994 and 1997 as Daewoo Cielo — a car mechanically identical to the LeMans, differentiated only by its modified styling cues. Like all Daewoos preceding it, the LeMans took its underpinnings from a European Opel design. In the case of the LeMans, the GM T platform-based Opel Kadett E was the donor vehicle, essentially just badge engineered into the form of the LeMans, and later as the Cielo after a second more thorough facelift. In markets outside of South Korea, the original version of the car bore the Asüna GT, Asüna SE, Daewoo 1.5i, Daewoo Fantasy, Daewoo Pointer, ...more
  • The Daewoo Tosca is a mid-size car built by GM Daewoo in South Korea and marketed worldwide by General Motors as the Chevrolet Epica, Chevrolet Tosca and Holden Epica. Codenamed V250, it replaces the Daewoo Magnus and its derivatives. The Chevrolet Epica was officially launched in Europe at the 2006 Geneva Motor Show. The Tosca is noteworthy in that it is available with transversely-mounted straight-six engines. Contrary to the preceding models, which were styled by Giugiaro, the V250 was designed entirely in-house. Due to the Daewoo brand being renamed as Chevrolet for South Korea, the Daewoo Tosca ended production in early 2011 in South Korea. Production in China continues as of 2014. ...more
  • The Daewoo Lacetti is a compact car produced by the South Korean manufacturer GM Daewoo since 2002. The first-generation Lacetti was available as a four-door sedan, a five-door hatchback or a five-door station wagon. The sedan and wagon were designed by Pininfarina, and the hatchback by Giorgetto Giugiaro. The hatchback, known as Lacetti5 in South Korea, was introduced in summer 2004. In November 2008, the second-generation Lacetti was launched under the name Lacetti Premiere, being a badge-engineered version of the Chevrolet Cruze—though co-developed by GM Daewoo and Chevrolet. It was produced under the Daewoo marque until the beginning of 2011, when the latter was discontinued, but it ...more
  • The Daewoo Espero is a mid-size car produced by the South Korean company Daewoo Motors from 1990 to 1997. It was technically based on the GM J platform and had the distinction of a body designed by Bertone. It bore more than a passing resemblance to the Citroën Xantia, itself also a Bertone design. The car was equipped with Holden-built GM Family 1 1.5 L 90 hp engine, or the 1.8 95 hp or 2.0 L 108.5 hp Family II engine. The Espero was replaced by the Daewoo Leganza in 1997. The Espero was renamed Aranos in some but not all Spanish-speaking countries, since the word Espero means "I wait" in Spanish. Such a name was deemed less than marketable. In Australia it was sold from 1995 to 1996 ...more