Once an impressive, full-size coupe and a powerful muscle car that could haul the entire family, the Impala returned in its 10th generation as a larger and more upscale sedan than its modern predecessors. The new Impala was met with great success, making Chevrolet confident about the nameplate’s revival as a strong American brand. The four-door became the first U.S.-built sedan in 20 years to earn Consumer Reports’ top score. Additionally, it became the top-selling, full-size sedan in the United States in its first year on the market, climbing above the Toyota Avalon. Mildly updated for the 2015 model year, with the highlight being GM’s 4G LTE feature for the OnStar system, the Impala also received a range of visual updates for the 2014 SEMA Show.