Here’s a car with an engine that is loud. In addition to being very powerful, putting some 2,700 horsepower to the rear tires from its whipple screw-supercharged 540 cubic inches, it is very loud. Of all engines, this is one of the louder ones.
I’m not sure if you’re aware of this, but your currently-unused television now has a purpose, since some inspired kook gave a show to Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg. There’ll be plenty of places online where you can read all about this bold experiment in stunt casting, but I just want to focus on one thing: what’s that…
In its long lifespan the Chevy Impala has gone from one of the finest American sedans you could buy to one of the worst you could rent back to a car you should definitely consider. What do you need to know before you buy a Chevrolet Impala? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in our Buyer’s Guide.
RIDES Mag just re-published every donk from their first issue of Donk, Box & Bubble back in 2006. Check 'em all out right here, though I don't know if any are better than this '73 Impala from South Carolina.
There's plenty of talk of how much better the 2014 Chevy Impala is over the outgoing model that's been a fleet-favorite for years now. While we all expected the old, rental special Impala to linger around for just 2014 until fleet buyers got used to the new, more expensive car, it appears the W-Body will last until…
Honda's doing it, Chrysler's doing it, Ford is sorta doing it and now General Motors is the latest to offer a vehicle powered by compressed natural gas, only they'll be the first to have it in a full-size sedan.
I have a confession to make: I have a soft spot for the blandest of bland last-generation Impala.
Welcome to Found Around The District, where we highlight fascinating cars we find around a city where people are too busy fighting through traffic and hunting for parking to drive anything interesting: Washington, D.C.
Considering the last new 1967 Chevrolet Impala rolled off the assembly line 45 years ago, we'd say this original wagon that's traveled a mere 31,000 miles is about as close as you can get to factory fresh.
Chevrolet went bare bones when it came time to advertise their redesigned 1967 Impala Sport Coupe. One neurotic spokesperson, a driveway and one brand new Marina Blue Impala Sport Coupe were all it took to create this silly vintage advertisement.
Remember the urban legend about the guy who strapped a JATO rocket to his 1967 Chevy Impala and drove it into the side of a cliff at 300 mph? Paul "Hot Rod" Stender built a 10,000-hp salute to that guy.
Let's continue with the vintage Car & Track road tests with this visit to the race track by the new 1969 Chevrolet Impala. The reviewer seems more concerned with the lackluster 2-barrel 396 than he does with the alarming handling.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. We haven't seen many Impalas in this series, and today's car is our first Impala convertible.
In poker, one-of-a-kind means you'll probably lose your shirt. But in the Nice Price or Crack Pipe game of chance, being one-of-a-kind can be a benefit, although you still could go home shirtless.
Reports from Stafford Motor Speedway indicate that the target of the racers' race was the #699 Pimpala, a 2000 Chevrolet Impala. They went with a new and extremely sadistic method-o-destruction this time!
We found this on a Dutch blog with very little explanation, but an underlit trailer park with a caravan, an Impala and a Gallardo is already exciting enough. Potentially NSFW.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. The full-size Chevy was once the top-selling car in North America.