Chevrolet is helping owners get the most from their new Corvette Stingray through the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School. The two-day program is available to 2014 Corvette Stingray owners for $1,000, a $1,500 reduction from the standard rate. Developed and managed by legendary Corvette racer Ron Fellows, the performance driving performance-driving curriculum at Spring Mountain […]Read more "Chevrolet offers discount to the Stingray School for new Corvette owners!"
Few things in the automotive industry are as iconic as Chevrolet’s logo — officially known as the Chevy Bowtie. Having celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2013, The Bowtie has adorned 215 million Chevrolets over the course of a century, and 60 million Chevys all over the world proudly wear the logo today. But the story […]Read more "The Evolution of the Bowtie"
General Motors’ brands took home six awards in the 2014 Best Cars for Families from U.S. News & World Report. Ranging from small cars to SUVs, GM’s award winners have the best combination of quality, safety, features and space for families: Chevrolet Impala: Best Large Car for Families Chevrolet Tahoe: Best Large SUV for Families […]Read more "General Motors Wins Six “Best Family Car” Awards"
Chevrolet today announced at South by Southwest that it will expand its in-vehicle entertainment offerings by integrating the new Beats Music streaming service into the Chevrolet AppShop, which will be available on select models later this year. Beats Music, which officially launched earlier this year, provides listeners with a blend of digital innovation and human-created […]Read more "Chevrolet partners with Beats Music!"
The first retail production 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06, the most track-capable Corvette in the brand’s history, will be auctioned to benefit the Karmanos Cancer Institute. The Barrett-Jackson auction house will offer the supercar during its Collector Car Auction in Palm Beach, Fla., on April 12. The auction extends General Motors’ long-standing support of the Karmanos […]Read more "2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 to be auctioned to Benefit the Karmanos Cancer Institution"
Three of eight historic Corvettes that fell into a sinkhole under the National Corvette Museum last month are back on solid ground following delicate removal techniques on Monday and Tuesday. “The recovery of the first three cars went flawlessly, and the cars are in remarkably good shape,” said John Spencer, manufacturing integration manager for Corvette. […]Read more "Corvette Museum on it’s road to Recovery: 3 of 8 Corvettes retrieved"
A Lake County man is celebrating the return of his stolen car after 30 years and savoring just how kind the years have been to his ride. When Skip Wilson’s 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air vanished in 1984, it was a junker with no engine or transmission. When the car was finally recovered and returned this […]Read more "Stolen 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air returned to it’s owner 30 Years Later!"
Selling large, non-luxury sedans is an increasingly tough game. Drivers who want a bit of space have been migrating to crossover SUVs. And those who want to upgrade from a compact or midsized car can now jump in a BMW or Mercedes for less than $35,000. In other words, for a large sedan to succeed, […]Read more "2014 Chevrolet Impala Takes over the Sedan Market"