Daewoo Tacuma, also known as Chevrolet Tacuma, Chevrolet Rezzo, Chevrolet Vivant, and Daewoo Rezzo, is a type of compact MPV produced by Daewoo Motors, a South Korean automobile manufacturer, in 1996. It is a 5-door minivan with front-engine front-wheel-drive layout. In 2011, the production of this model was ended, and it was later replaced by Chevrolet Orlando.
- Daewoo Tacuma was designed by Pininfarina, and it was assembled in various countries, such as South Korea, Poland, Romania, Uzbekistan, and Vietnam.
- It features six types of different engines, namely 1.6 liters L4 engine capable of producing 105 horsepower, 1.6 liters L4 engine capable of producing 107 horsepower, 1.8 liters engine capable of producing 98 horsepower, 2.0 liters engine capable of producing 105 horsepower, 2.0 liters L4 engine capable of producing 121 horsepower, and 2.0 liters L4 engine capable of producing 131 horsepower.
- It uses 5-speed manual transmission and 4-speed automatic transmission.
- It weighs 1272-1358 kilograms, with 98 inches wheelbase, 171 inches length, 69 inches width, and 62 inches height.