Chevrolet debuted the BEAT, VOLT, TRAX, and GROOVE at the 2007 New York International Show. The GROOVE was inspired by a “half-soldier, half-modern” military helmet, making the Chevrolet Groove concept contemporary and funky. It still evokes classic Chevrolet heritage design cues like an upright windshield and prominent fender flares that give the Groove a strong, sturdy stance reminiscent of a retro hot rod. Roadfly is proud to be you video… Continue reading
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Active buyers who want to get in touch with their sportier side – or who just want to navigate the urban jungle in a sportier ride – will make tracks to the Chevrolet Trax, an urban front-wheel-drive crossover concept with a twist: This micro SUV has an electric limited-slip differential that features an independent battery pack and an electric motor to drive the rear wheels, providing a low-cost all-wheel-drive system… Continue reading
Inspired by a “half-soldier, half-modern” military helmet, the Chevrolet Groove concept is contemporary and funky, but evokes classic Chevrolet heritage design cues like an upright windshield and prominent fender flares that give the Groove a strong, sturdy stance reminiscent of a retro hot rod.
Groove lead exterior designer Jawook Koo, of the GM Design Center in Inchon, South Korea, was seeking a mini design that was big on presence… Continue reading
Injo Kim was inspired by everyday heroes when he led the team that designed the Chevrolet Beat concept, which debuts today at the New York Auto Show.
“Every morning when you wake up, you yearn to be a hero that day,” said Kim, assistant manager of the minicar exterior design team at GM’s Design Center in Inchon, South Korea. And in Kim’s mind, that hero is driving the Beat… Continue reading
GM really stole the show with the exciting Volt concept. The plug-in electric hybrid is the ultimate flex-fuel vehicle. The concept is to allow for ultimate flexibility by powering an internal combustion engine as needed but only as a backup for the primary electric motors. The internal combustion engine can be powered by a number of fuels including bio-diesel, gasoline and various flex fuels.
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Chevrolet unveiled their all new 2008 Chevy Malibu. The new car has a longer wheelbase, the cabin has been moved back, and the end result is a Malibu that looks much more like a high-end luxury car. The car also comes with a new 3.6-liter V6 engine with variable valve timing and improved fuel economy. A six speed transmission is now standard.
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General Motors has released the first official photos of the 2008 Chevrolet Malibu, which will have its world premiere at NAIAS 2007.
The Malibu features a longer wheelbase that GM says delivers a smoother, more direct driving experience. Head-curtain side air bags are standard equipment on all models. Its dual-port grille represents the “new face of Chevrolet
General Motors started off the 2007 North American International Auto Show with a bang when its new full-size pickup, the Chevrolet Silverado, and its new midsize sedan, the Saturn Aura, won the North American Truck and Car of the Year awards.
“I just want to go, ‘YES!’,” said Jill Lajdziak, Saturn vice president for sales, service and marketing, while she pumped her fist in the air. “Sometimes you have… Continue reading
The Volt conveys an immediate message of agility and sophistication, with exterior proportions more commonly associated with classic sports cars. Twenty-one-inch wheels and sheer, taut surface relationships reiterate the statement. The Chevrolet Volt’s athletic design challenges the notion that an environmentally conscious vehicle can’t be beautiful and possess an aesthetic spirit that matches its driving characteristics.
Super Imaging is an innovative, dual-mode technology display that provides two visual levels… Continue reading
The Chevrolet Camaro concept was one of the stars of NAIAS 2006. For NAIAS 2007, Chevy unveils the convertible version of the Camaro concept.
The Camaro convertible concept, wrapped in Hugger Orange pearl tri-coat paint with twin gunmetal gray sport stripes, is based on the original Camaro concept, with only minor changes required to accommodate the convertible body style.
Chevrolet already has announced production plans for the Camaro… Continue reading