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Chevrolet Says Three Debuts Are Coming To New York

Apr 07 2014 07:35 AM | Chevrolet News
The New York Auto Show is just a couple weeks away and news of what will be appearing is beginning to show up. Autoblog has learned that Chevrolet will have three major debuts at the show. The debuts will include new version of the Corvette, an updated 2015 Cruze, and a "important new addition to our small-vehicle lineup."
Lets begin with the Corvette. Autoblog speculates that it could track-focused version of the Z06 model, limited-edition package, or something else. We keen to thinking its the latter two at this time. Then there is the 2015 Cruze. As we reported last week, spy shots of what is purported to be the 2015 model was caught in China. Will it be the same?
The last model debut intrig...

Spying: Hello Next-Generation Chevrolet Cruze

Mar 31 2014 10:05 AM | Chevrolet News
We've seen the shots of the new Chevrolet Cruze wearing layers of camouflage, but some new shots out of China could give us our best look of what the automaker has in mind for the next-generation model.
Chinese automotive site, auto.sohu.com got their hands on what is reported to be a un-camouflaged next-generation Cruze sitting in a parking lot. Judging from the pictures, Chevrolet is making some dramatic changes. The front end looks to be borrowing some ideas from the SS with two distinctly separate grilles and a large Bowtie emblem. A set of narrowed headlights sit on either side. One other design cue to take note of is the arch in the rear wheel wells, something very reminiscent to the Impala. Inside looks...

Rumorpile: Next Camaro To Take On Evolutionary Design Path

Mar 12 2014 10:05 AM | Chevrolet News
The next Camaro has a number of things that will be changing such as a new platform and a new place where it will be built. One item that doesn't appear to be changing as much is the design.
Edmunds has learned from a source that the company is planning to go down the evolutionary route with the design of the next Camaro.
"The difference between the existing and redesigned (Camaro) is not drastically different. It looks like a worked-over current-model Camaro. It is on a different platform, so that is a significant difference, but when they modified it to be on a different platform, the styling did not change that much," said the source.
The Camaro is expected to debut at the Detroit Aut...

Sinkhole Swallows Up Eight Corvettes At The National Corvette Museum

Feb 12 2014 11:35 AM | William Maley in Chevrolet News

Not a great way to start a day at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky as a sinkhole opened up in the museum's Skydome area and taking with it eight Corvettes on display.   According to a statement from the museum, a security co...

GM Shows Off The Chevrolet Adra Concept In India

Feb 07 2014 03:50 PM | William Maley in Chevrolet News

Besides the Chicago Auto Show this week, there was another auto show that was taking place. The Delhi Auto Expo was taking place in India this week and General Motors showed off a concept that could be a possible entrant in the subcompact crossove...

2015 Corvette Stingray To Come Available With A Performance Data Recorder

Jan 05 2014 02:25 PM | William Maley in Chevrolet News

Chevrolet has announced that the 2015 Corvette Stingray will be available with the Performance Data Recorder. The recorder enables drivers to record their hot laps with telemetry overlays to help analyze an determine where they need to improve....

2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 To Start At $75,000*

Jan 03 2014 05:45 PM | William Maley in Chevrolet News

Chevrolet has announced the pricing for the upcoming 2014 Camaro Z/28 before it goes on sale in the spring. The base price will be $75,000 (includes a $995 destination charge and a gas-guzzler tax). While the pricetag is a bit extravagant at first glan...