On this year’s North American International Auto Show, one of the hottest green car debut was the promotion of 2016 Chevrolet Volt. Chevy said that they lay they ear to the ground and took into consideration opinions from the first generation vehicle owners and implemented some of these requests on the second generation vehicle. New model comes with one extra seat, illuminating charger and of course more all electric range, which is one of the things why this vehicle became so popular.
One of the vehicles that is going to be premiered on 2015 North American Auto Show is one of the top picks when it comes to green cars, in United States and whole wide world. This range extended electric vehicle is going to be seen for the first time by the public eye in Detroit next week.
Chevrolet Chaparral is the old racing team that achieved great success, it was combination of Hap Sharp, race engines provided by Chevrolet and Jim Hall. This team became one of the most innovative squads in the whole racing history. They are mostly known for their ground effects pioneer work.
This year’s Vision Gran Tourismo party brought the old squad together and the new model was made in cooperation between Chevrolet, Jim Hall and GM Advanced Design Studio. This vehicle is one of the examples of how far designers imagination can go and since this vehicle’s design wasn’t limited by some market standards it looks crazy futuristic, even for the Vision Gran Tourismo party. Continue reading 2X Vision Gran Tourismo New Race Car Concept From Chevrolet→
Short History of Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro Rivalry
These are probably the two most legendary American vehicles. They defined pony car class, and their rivalry lasts since the sixties. It is a fact that Mustang came before the Chevy’s model, which is the reason for Mustang fans to think that Chevrolet’s model was a answer to the high popularity of Ford’s first pony car. While Mustang was produced continuously since the sixties, GM came with a little pause from 2002 until 2009 in pony car production. First Camaro model was based on earlier GM’s sports coupe called Pontiac Firebird, another legendary GM vehicle. Ford’s model on the other hand was almost original, besides sharing some of the platform elements with Ford Falcon, popular compact sedan of that age. Continue reading 2015 Ford Mustang vs 2015 Chevrolet Camaro→
Chevrolet Malibu was produced as a trim level of Chevrolet Chevelle from 1964 until 1978, when it was promoted as the separate model line. In 1980 it shifted to the rear-wheel G platform, and it shared it with Pontiac Grand Prix, Buick Regal and some other popular vehicles of that time. Fourth generation was produced in station wagon, sedan and coupe variants. In 1983 its production was discontinued. Malibu came back in 1997, as a front-wheel drive mid-size sedan and it was based on N platform, together with Buick Skylark, Pontiac Grand Am and Oldsmobile Alero. Sixth generation vehicle came in 2004 and it was based on Epsilon platform, together with Opel Vectra. As part of sixth generation SS trim level came out. Latest Malibu is a eight generation vehicle. It is based on Epsilon II platform and it is assembled in United States, China, South Korea, Kazakhstan and Russia. Continue reading 2015 Chevrolet Malibu→
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