The all-new 2008 Chevrolet Malibu delivers great performance, fuel economy and refinement, wrapped in a clean, tailored design that carries the new face of Chevrolet. The new Malibu will be unveiled at the North American International Auto Show. It arrives at Chevrolet dealerships later this year.
The Chevrolet Camaro concept was the celebrated star of the American 2006 auto show season. Now, at the beginning of the 2007 auto show season, there is a new star rising: The Chevrolet Camaro convertible concept. It will be unveiled on the eve of the North American International Auto Show at GM Style, an exclusive, fashion-splashed event combining celebrities, couture and automobiles. Chevrolet already has announced production plans for the Camaro, which will go on sale in the US in 2009. A production convertible model will be added later that year.
Chevrolet is preparing a convertible version for the Camaro Coupe Concept that debuted this year at Detroit Motor Show. The produtiuon version will follow the debut of Camaro Coupe and will debut in 2009. The Camaro Convertible Concept is set to debut at Detroit Motor Show in 2007.
Both Coupe and Convertible will be offered in a variety of powertrain configurations, from a fuel-stingy V-6 to a 6.0-liter, Corvette-derived (...)
Chevrolet today released an advance image of the exterior of the all-new 2008 Malibu, which will be unveiled at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January and will arrive at Chevrolet dealerships later in 2007. The photo was released in conjunction with the announcement of a $208 million investment in the Fairfax, Kansas Assembly plant to prepare for production of the car.
According to Autoweek, Chevrolet will unveil a drop-top Camaro concept at Detroit Motor Show in January. This will make everyone think in something else than the long-waited coupe.
The Camaro Convertible Concept will be powered by a renage of V6, V8 and even a Z06 V8 engine is posible. This will put the Camaro Convertible next to Ford Mustang as a main competitor.
Chevrolet confirmed today that the all-new 2008 Malibu will be unveiled in January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit and released a sneak peek of one of the car’s available two-tone interiors, which demonstrates a new level of refinement in the extremely competitive mid-size car segment.
“The next-generation Chevrolet Malibu’s interior showcases the precision and detailed execution that will differentiate it among the mid-size car segment,” said Ed Peper, Chevrolet (...)
Chevrolet has announced that next Impala will share a rwd platform with the upcoming Chevrolet Camaro, which will be built late in 2008.
Impala production will start several months later, a GM source said.
Different from the 2007 model will also be its long wheelbase and short front and rear overhangs. The car will be similar in length and width to the front-drive 2007 Impala. The passenger compartment will be larger than that of the 2007 Impala, the source said.
Also, at the Detroit (...)