Start your Tuesday off right with a drive in America’s E30, the Chevrolet Celebrity Eurosport!
You may have seen renderings of a ‘new Chevrolet El Camino’ based on the Chevy Camaro popping up in your internet feeds. That shit’s fake. It’s all lies. This is your warning.
We got a suggestion recently to try a regular feature that brings some likely-unwarranted attention to some really mundane, forgettable cars. Cars you couldn’t give a shit about even if the shit-donation foundation showed up at your door with promises that every shit you give will save the life of some poor, shitless…
Chevy recently introduced the new 2018 Equinox crossover with a design seemingly inspired by those plastic pin wings airliners used to hand out punched into a punished loaf of bread, but only after focus groups convinced them the original design was bad enough to completely scrap.
Anyone who uses excessive amounts of data take note: Chevrolet announced today that it’s going to offer an unlimited AT&T 4G LTE data plan for $20 per month. Cool.
If you are going car shopping this President’s weekend and have a hankering for a V8-powered muscle sedan, this will apparently be the last month your local dealer will be able to order you a Chevrolet SS before time runs out.
Practically every automaker who sells vehicles in the U.S. offers some kind of military rebates for active or retired service members. At first glance this seems noble, but what most buyers don’t know is that these programs often exclude the brand’s most desirable vehicles.
Chevrolet showed off its latest racing tribute to the Dead Milkmen and the gods of speed today, and it looks so good. The new Camaro GT4.R is based on the 2017 Camaro ZL1 road car, per IMSA, and it packs a gigantic 6.2-liter LT1 small block V8 engine that can roast tires on demand when the race is over.
Cuba feels more in flux now than it has in decades. Fidel Castro’s death, the repeal of the “wet foot, dry foot” policy and eased restrictions on capitalism mean rapid changes for a country distinctly shaped by a Cold War that ended decades ago. At the same time airplanes full of tourists are landing in Cuba on direct…
The new 2017 Chevrolet Bolt could be the car that finally launches an EV revolution, but in the meantime, the automaker unceremoniously announced it’s going to discontinue the Bolt’s sibling, the also-sudden-flash-of-something-named Spark.
Mid-engine Corvette, mid-engine Corvette, the chants drone on and on. And like how pictures of Bigfoot keep turning up every so often, so do photos of the mid-engined wonder. Except this time they look pretty legitimate, especially since it was playing with a bunch of other Corvette prototypes.
It’s 2017 and a car company ‘Murican enough to get its name shouted in a country music song finally sells an all-electric car. Well... again. This time they promise not to snatch it back and crush it. Which is nice, because the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV is pretty decent to drive, and it could take electric vehicles…
General Motors was certain the V8 engine would go the way of the dodo in 1990, according to Hot Rod. So, we almost got a mid-engine Corvette decades ago, only this version also would have had another engine in the front. Best of all, the test mule for this wacky twin-engine Corvette was a humble 1985 Citation X-11.
The Chevrolet SS was always an odd choice for Chevy’s entry in the top division of NASCAR, seeing as nobody—seriously, almost nobody—in the U.S. bought the thing. But it was a nice enthusiast car to have in NASCAR, racing alongside the vanilla Fusions and Camrys of the world. Sadly, this will be its last year.
Vice President Joe Biden just can’t quit endearing himself to the American people. When asked what he will do after leaving the vice presidency later this month, he said he’d like to buy America’s greatest rip-snorting V8-powered sports car: a Chevrolet Corvette.
The 2018 Chevrolet Traverse just showed its face at the Detroit Auto Show, and aside from a new 2.0-liter turbo inline-four and nine-speed automatic, it’s exactly what you thought it would be. America’s most bloated Minivan With Doors is all-new for 2018, and, well, it’s a car. That you can buy starting this fall.
One of our favorite cars that no one bought, the Chevrolet SS, is no more after 2017, General Motors North America President Alan Batey told WardsAuto today at the Detroit Auto Show. This coincides with GM ceasing its manufacturing efforts in Australia, where the SS is made, at the end of this year.
For once, I’d like to see an American carmaker sell us an attractive, affordable, simple, and fun-to-drive compact hatch that doesn’t require a fire-breathing turbocharged engine to make it worthwhile. The Ford Fiesta ST fits the bill, but it’s kind of tiny, don’t you think?