The Chevrolet Lumina is a name used on many vehicles produced by Chevrolet. First introduced for the 1990 model year, Chevrolet used the name on a sedan, a coupé, and a minivan. The sedan replaced the Chevrolet Celebrity, the coupé was renamed the Monte Carlo, and the minivan was both a replacement for the Celebrity station wagon and a completely new vehicle. In 1995, the Lumina Coupé was replaced by the Monte Carlo. In 1997, the Chevrolet Lumina APV was replaced by the Chevrolet Venture. In 2000, the Lumina Sedan was replaced by the Impala.
The third and fourth generation was manufactured in Australia by GM-owned Holden, for export mainly to the Middle East and South Africa between 1998 and 2013.