By all accounts, GM is really thinking about building a rear-wheel-drive sport compact car. That car will slot in below the Camaro in Chevy's lineup, giving the brand an entry-level coupe to pit against the Toyobaru on fan forums. Good news, right? But what to name the thing?
North American GM boss Mark Reuss has responded to our exclusive story about Chevy's rear-wheel drive plans with a plea, of sorts, to help him figure out how to make it happens. Put on your thinking caps, boys and girls, we need to get this done.
Whether or not they call it a Chevelle, GM's now very explicit plans are to build a vehicle in the same mold as their once extremely successful RWD car, probably sharing a platform with a new Australian model. Here's everything we think we know.
Someone is about to give you this pro touring '64 Chevelle SS for free. There is a catch: you never get to drive it. It gets trailered to car shows and garaged the rest of the year. Would you do it?
So the "mystery" concept car we broke the news on earlier this morning — the one we'll be seeing from General Motors at next week's Detroit Auto Show — will definitely be sportin' a bowtie.
So we know that GM has some kind of a "surprise" concept they're bringing to next week's Detroit Auto Show. We're pretty sure it's a Chevrolet. But what else can we guess?
This here is some leaked video from the set of the fourth installment of the rice-sploitation The Fast And The Furious movie franchise. Remember that famous scene at the end of the first film, where Vin Diesel's blown Dodge Charger pops a massive WheelStand (by the way, we never remember if it's two words or if the…