Much of the motoring world has been waiting to drive the all-new Chevrolet SS. With Australian supercar roots and the beating heart of an LS3 V8, what’s not to love? Well for any potential haters out there, Chevrolet is making a few updates to the 2015 SS, and it sure is upping the ante.
This was bound to happen. With the explosion of the crossover market, it was only a matter of time before the soft-roading, jacked up wagon that we call the crossover would overtake the sedan as the top-selling vehicle class in America.
Ford has pretty much cornered the market on high-performance, off-road pickup trucks with the F-150 SVT Raptor. It’s the best off-road performance pickup you can buy because it’s virtually the only one you can buy. But Chevy might change all that with the introduction of a Raptor-fighting Colorado.
Ok, so it’s not a legit racing event. But if there’s a number of old ‘Vettes lying around — especially a few with some mileage on them — we wouldn’t mind paying some money to go watch this kind of rally race.
Here in America we have a certain saying: “If there’s something worth doing, it’s worth overdoing.” And no one lives up to that mantra quite like Chevy. Oh yes, America’s largest automaker, and one of the biggest automakers in the world truly knows how to “overdo” things. But in the best freakin’ way imaginable.
Yesterday marked another not-so-great day in the world of General Motors. Coming off near-20-million recalled vehicles to date, GM has announced the recall of another 8.4 million vehicles, with 8.2 million of those vehicles affected by “unintended ignition key rotation.”
GM has a problem, one that has plagued the automaker for nearly a century. It’s too big. Its too structured. Entire layers of the company are disconnected from what should be the firm’s only business: building incredible vehicles. This weakness has brought it to the edge of ruin time and again. This is a tragedy, because GM has the potential to be the world’s greatest car manufacturer, if only it were as passionate about autos as its profit margins.
We usually don’t like to say we told you so, but— we told you so. Falling in line with the Mustang and other comparable sportscars of the segment, the next generation of Camaro will be putting to use a new four-cylinder engine. Sorry, V8 faithful.
The seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette is one bad machine. It is improved over its predecessor and proven that an American car company can build a world-class performance machine. Suck it, world. But some crazy Americans thought it wasn’t bad enough, and those crazy Americans are the folks at Hennessey. So here’s what they did about it.
There’s a lot of hubbub surrounding the new Mustang and it’s four-cylinder engine. But we’re still trying to figure out what the hell everyone is complaining about? The new Mustang looks infinitely better, and the 4-cylinder engine will likely be better than the V6. Besides, emission standards.
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