Oops! Detroit Auto Show Web Site Spills Chevy's Biggest Secret

Ok, maybe not the biggest secret — we're assuming that's more than likely the Camaro convertible concept we've heard so much about — or that little bit of something-something on another platform we've heard about too. But, despite this not being the biggest thing on earth, we're sure that Chevy's got to be oh so not very happy with the organizers of the North American International Auto Show ( also known as NAMBLA, NAIAS or the Detroit Auto Show ). That's because no less than an hour after the 'merican revolution carefully provided the media a sneak peek of the strong center-lined front end of the new-for-2008 Chevy Malibu, an enterprising web-boy found a little more than the sneak peek originally provided by Chevy available for all comers on the NAIAS web site. Oh well Chevy, looks like the cat's out of the bag — the rest of the car looks like — umm— well, not terrible looking.

Chevrolet releases an advance image of the exterior of the all-new 2008 Malibu [NAIAS]

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Chevrolet Releases Teaser of 2008 Malibu; BREAKING: New Chevy Malibu Interior Less Craptacular [internal]