The Cruze has been one of Chevrolet's worst-performing nameplates this year, with US sales down by nearly 33 percent.
General Motors has introduced the restyled 2019 Chevrolet Cruze, one of three Chevy facelifts unveiled today.
The mid-cycle update features a revised front fascia and a new grille, aiming to achieve a more premium appearance. In the Premier trim, the brand's signature dual-element taillamps now feature LED accent lighting.
"Cruze's refreshed styling gives Cruze a more upscale look while maintaining its Chevrolet design DNA," says Chevy design director John Cafaro.
Other enhancements include a standard seven-inch infotainment system, new wheel designs and revised trim elements for the sportier RS package.
The company has not yet announced pricing or a specific launch date for the 2019 Cruze lineup.