The monthly sale at BCA Nottingham will see some of the most iconic and desirable examples of US Muscle Cars from the Fifties, Sixties and Seventies go under the auction hammer.
Would you like to own a piece of history? Well, you’re in luck, because a 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427 once owned by astronaut Neil Armstrong is up for grabs on Ebay.
This is the time of year where sales of performance cars typically pick up – especially for models like the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Mustang that have convertible options.
In April 2012, General Motors sold 1,462 examples of the Chevrolet Volt – an increase of 197% compared to April of 2011.
It is safe to say that one stereotype many of us suffer from is thinking of car enthusiasts, auto mechanics, and car designers and engineers as men.
Compared to a factory 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, the Shelby GT500 will blow the Camaro away with the recently announced horsepower of 662 that the 2013 GT500 is certified to have.
Sales of the Chevrolet Corvette in the US are down (with the rest of the gas-guzzling performance car segment) and in an effort to both improve sales and promote the high performance nature of the
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Credit Chevy for its guts. Yesterday the company that brought you the ‘69 Chevelle with the ‘396 showed its EN-V 2.0 concept on the corporate Facebook page to stir interest and commentary.
Ferrari, BMW, VW, Daimler, BYD, GM, Chery, and many more and leading by example in China that electric cars, EV are the way to go forward.
Chevrolet is holding its head high these days and with good reason. According to the latest GM news release, Chevrolet sold 1.18 million vehicles worldwide in the first three months of 2012.
First of all, while the 2013 Chevrolet Volt will likely look identical to the current production models in every physical way, GM Inside News has reported that black roof surface and black trunk fa