Church vans come in all shapes and sizes, and this week’s van isn’t a van at all. It’s a truck.
Want to see real, visceral disappointment in action? Tell a friend who loves cars that you got them a lovely Chevy Monte Carlo. Really soak in the delight that you watch play across their face as they imagine themselves behind the wheel of one of America’s most stylish oversized coupés. Then, hand over keys to a…
The Chevrolet Astro Van was General Motors’ first entry into the minivan wars of the mid-1980s. Dodge had the Grand Caravan, and Ford had the Aerostar. They were all boxy people carriers but the Astro van had the advantage of being from space—and rendered in glorious CGI.
The ZL1 1LE-based Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R race car and its kitchen island of a wing looks and sounds terrifyingly great. It’s a championship-running race car with an exhaust note as loud as, but far more pleasant than, your home security system. And you, wealthy member of the public, can have one all for yourself.
When it comes to identifying cars, there’s two very distinct versions of the “what the fuck is that?” feeling. One is the exciting, head-jerking feeling of shock at seeing something delightfully incomprehensible, like catching a glimpse of a Gordon-Keeble in suburban Norman, Oklahoma. The other is sour, empty feeling…
The EPA recently released fuel economy figures for the 2018 Chevrolet Equinox Diesel, and at 28 city/39 highway/32 combined, they’re good. Very good. Best In Class Good. But will anyone buy this thing? After running some numbers and looking at specs, it looks like an incredibly tough sell.
The Chevrolet SS was never a best seller. It was barely a seller at all. But it had the deep, niche, Australian roots that could make any car enthusiast smile to see it in NASCAR’s top level. The SS’ production and racing death at the end of 2017 will be a sad time fo... wait, hold up, that Camaro ZL1 is its…
As you’ve likely heard, the legendary singer/songwriter Glen Campbell has died at 81. What you may not have known is that Campbell had a longtime association with Chevrolet, writing and singing songs for their ads, and appearing on at least one Chevy promotional album.
Security footage of a fire that broke out in the service department of a Chevrolet dealership in Sterling Heights, Michigan last week reveals just how lucky the guy buffing the floors is to be alive.
While using a tractor to adjust the ATV and dirtbike jump in his backyard, a gentleman from Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma discovered a low-mileage 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer buried underground, KFOR NewChannel 4 reports. Unsurprisingly, the SUV, which allegedly still has the original factory tires, is completely toast.
The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt was supposed to be the electric car of the people—around $30,000, about 240 miles of range per charge and decent space in a little package. But nobody’s really feeling that, and the company has such a backlog of Bolts that it had to extend the summer shutdown of the car’s manufacturing plant.
Let’s face it: the great American V8 engine note is practically our other national anthem. Here’s a classic 1981 Chevrolet Silverado pick-up that’s singing the song of our people and roasting red and blue tires into smoke.
Fight off your malaise with Monza!
It takes until the end of this wonderful, wonderful 30-second video to realize the greatness you just witnessed. When it came time for this Chevy Silverado to turn its 500,000th mile, its owners wanted to make things special. They just had one shot, one opportunity to get this right, and that they did.
Remember the Chevrolet Code 130R Concept from a couple years ago, and how it was supposed to be some kind of small rear-wheel drive sports coupe for the teens? It didn’t happen.
Despite being aware that almost everybody is annoyed by Chevrolet’s “Real People” series of advertisements, the automaker isn’t planning to stop anytime soon. Finally, one of the “real people” has spoken about what the experience is like, and it’s just as cringe-worthy and hilarious as you’d imagine.