Britain’s biggest classic car show kicks off this weekend, but it won’t only be exotica from years gone by that will draw the crowds.
The summer may already have begun to feel like a distant memory, but Chevrolet wants to continue to give you reasons to celebrate.
Life may be moving at a snail’s pace, but Chevrolet’s latest movie partner – Turbo, certainly isn’t.
Nürburgring is a name that evokes strong feelings in any motorsports aficionado and a place where racing history has been made and re-written time and again. It also is the location where the European model of the new Chevrolet Corvette Stingray coupe is currently being tested, a few months prior to the start of sales in Europe.
Its innovative technology and ease of use have won the Chevrolet MyLink connected radio many fans since it was introduced in Europe in summer 2012.
At the 65th Frankfurt Motor Show, Chevrolet will debut the new Camaro convertible and coupe.
Families looking for SUV style without SUV running costs will get more than they bargained for with the new Chevrolet Trax, which is now on sale from £15,495 on-the-road.
The advanced cluster display in the Corvette Stingray can provide up to 69 unique sources of information, ranging from an interactive performance timer to a tyre thread temperature display.
Chevrolet's digitally-led campaign on YouTube to support the launch of its new Captiva SUV in Europe has over performed against the main targets the American car brand set itself at kick-off roughly one month ago.
Chevrolet recently marked its 60th anniversary of the Corvette, an iconic American sports car. The first Corvette went into production in Flint, Mich. on June 30, 1953. Since then, Corvette has become an American icon that continues to offer the best in today’s technology and performance.
Chevrolet's latest performance car, the Corvette Stingray, will arrive at dealerships across Europe in autumn 2013. In the UK, prices for the Corvette Stingray coupe start from £61,495.
Being widely acknowledged as the creator of the entire SUV segment with the Suburban in 1935, Chevrolet has more than 75 years of experience in designing great sport utility vehicles.
The redesigned Chevrolet Camaro performance car will go on sale across Europe towards the end of this year, with prices in the UK starting from £35,320 for the coupe with manual transmission.
In 1935, Chevrolet invented the SUV with the introduction of the Carryall Suburban. At the time, few people would have guessed that the Chevrolet Suburban would eventually hold the record for being the longest-running vehicle nameplate in the world.
Chevrolet has introduced the restyled 2014 Camaro line at the New York Auto Show, including the return of the Z/28, the most iconic model in Camaro history.
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