The crew at Motor Trend is currently working on their 2016 Best Driver’s Car proceedings at Laguna Seca and the most surprising vehicle on hand might be the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro 1LE SS.
Chevrolet Camaro slows over the course of the first half of 2016 have been much slower than I expected and while GM hasn’t made an official statement on the topic of slow sales, it doesn’t take an
Roger Penske is one of the nicest guys in racing and also one of the toughest competitors. 32-year-old Pagenaud is in his second year driving a Chevrolet-powered monster.
The 2017 Chevrolet volt has just been awarded the IIHS Top Safety Pick+. This is the highest safety award any vehicle can earn, and the Chevrolet volt took that award home.
However, times are different. Cars have more constraints with emissions, safety, and many other areas. Not to mention the common platform cars use today.
While the range on the Chevrolet Bolt is very impressive, the car also brims with other innovative technology: customizable infotainment screen (hardware and software designed by LG), surround vision (allowing a bird’s eye view of the vehicle), rear camera view (which eliminates the blind spots when the driver backs up the vehicle), 4G data sharing, and Apple Carplay/Android Auto connectivity. Journalists were surprised by the car’s agile feel and verve on pre-production units. 0-60 mph is expected at 7 seconds.
Chevy Bolt Size vs Tesla Model 3 Size
While Chevrolet Camaro sales have remained much lower than I would have expected for the new generation, sales of the C7 Corvette have remained strong since the car went on sale back in 2013.
The Bolt will sticker at $37,500 and be available for a $7,500 tax credit. It is expected to have a limited release late this year as a 2017.
I should start by saying that I find it a little bit odd that this video of the 2017 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 lapping the GM Milford Proving Grounds road course is not posted on an official GM YouTube
This year’s Car & Driver Lightning Lap trials were packed with supercars and while the best-finishing Chevrolet product was the new Corvette Grand Sport, it is hard to argue that the newest Cor
Texas is the #1 market for new truck sales in the country. Chevrolet is starting its new Truck Legends program there, but is promising to take it nationwide in 2017.
The midsize truck market is now booming, but it wasn’t long ago that GM and Ford backed away from the smaller trucks to concentrate on the larger, more profitable vehicles.
The current Ford Mustang went on sale for the 2015 model year back in November of 2014.
While the muscle car community has been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the 6th gen Camaro Z28 to go head-to-head with the Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang, General Motors officials have been quick to la