Like many other car brands in history, Chevrolet had humble and small beginnings, but it has grown to be one of the largest automotive brands in America.
Sports Cars Recently Revealed
Chevy has been wowing sportscar enthusiasts this year by announcing a series of revamped classic cars from their history using V8 engines before the V8 officially retires from the company’s lineup.
The first production 2023 Corvette Z06 has finally arrived at a Chevrolet dealer. Even though it won’t be offered for sale, it’s a good sign that the 2023 Corvette Z06 will soon be hitting a Chevrolet dealer near you and then soon be on the road. Manufacturing of the new Z06 has finally started in earnest as well. GM has also restarted 2023 Corvette Z06 dealer orders after previously saying it wouldn’t take any more orders for the 2023 model year due to production issues.
The Chevy Tahoe is joining other large SUVs seeking the ultimate in performance by adding a new performance package to the already sporty RST trim level. The Chevrolet Tahoe RST Performance Edition adds several upgrades and tweaks to squeak out even more power while still providing full-size SUV fans with the high-end cruiser they love.
You might remember the Bison package as part of the Chevy Colorado. Now, its added to the 2023 Chevy Silverado ZR2 making the Bison an amazing off-road truck.
When you want to take the party to the next level, you need an SUV that fits at least eight people. This SUV should also be affordable to make party time fun.
It seems that the future of the automobile market is going electric. Every major auto manufacturer is practically involved in an arms race to get more new EVs on the market. Chevrolet is taking a different approach. While this American automaker has some EVs available this year, it’s not rushing to the production line. In fact, Chevrolet appears to be letting other brands deal with the initial mistakes that come with venturing into a new project.
The last couple of years have been a whirlwind for the automotive market. Due to shutdowns, supply line delays, and essential parts shortages, new cars have been hard to come by. With an increased demand for used cars, pre-owned prices shot up. While there seems to be some hope that things will return to normal, there are still quite a few used cars that cost more than their brand new counterparts.
The Chevy Silverado 1500 isn’t the first significant pickup truck to get an electric powertrain, but it’s definitely the most noticeable. Vehicles from Ford, GMC, Tesla, and Rivian helped pave the way for electric vehicles, but Chevrolet is going to seal the path.
While the Chevy Silverado 1500 EV won’t hit the market until 2024, we can already tell that it’s going to be a game-changer. Here’s what we know so far: