Next-generation buyers have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to influence the design and functionality of their perfect car. Two concepts, derived from input from young Americans, are debuting in Europe at the 82nd International Geneva Motor Show, starting. The turbocharged Code 130R is a rear-wheel-drive four-seat coupe with an upright profile while the front-wheel-drive Tru 140S is an affordable exotic four-seat sport coupe. Inside the concepts, connectivity enables motorists to personalize their cars, a critical element for the current and future youth generations. This also extends to infotainment systems such as the new Chevrolet MyLink, which offers drivers new levels of convenience and flexibility by bringing owner's smartphone capabilities into the vehicle, transforming their car into their own docking station. Chevrolet MyLink includes a seven-inch, high-resolution, full-color touch screen that makes media selection easy to navigate. The system aggregates content from smartphones onto the display via USB, Aux-in or Bluetooth. Available material includes an edited package as well as footage of the Code 130R and Tru 140S.