Filed under: SEMA Show, Budget, Sedan, Chevrolet

The SEMA show in Las Vegas has become a place to see some of the most outrageous concept and custom cars imaginable (where else can you see anything like Toyota Sequoia Family Dragster?). But amidst all of the outrageousness, there are usually a handful of sober, production-intent models that show up as well. Such is the case with the Chevrolet Sonic Dusk sedan that General Motors is revealing today. The Dusk started life as one of many Sonic concepts on display in Vegas last year, and the new trim will show up at Chevrolet dealerships in 2014, bringing an upscale vibe to the subcompact's sedan range.

Setting this Sonic apart from lesser models, the Dusk will come exclusively in a Ashen Grey hue while the rest of the sedan's appearance is spruced up with matte finished trim on the grille, door handles and rear decklid in addition to stainless steel trim used for the lower window moldings. The Sonic Dusk will also receive a slick set of wheels that feature the same design as the Chevrolet Camaro Dusk that was first introduced at the 2009 SEMA Show (a car that went on sale earlier this summer). This Sonic also packs a stylish black-and-tan interior - including black leather seats with tan inserts and suede accents - and Chevy's MyLink infotainment system as standard fit. Like other upper-level Sonic models, the Dusk will be powered by Chevy's 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine.

There's no word yet on pricing, but we definitely expect it to be priced well above the current luxury trim level, the Sonic LTZ ($18,640), and possibly closer to the sporty Sonic RS hatchback ($20,995).

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