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    How PATAC Created the Chevrolet FNR-X [Ad]


    How General Motors’ Chinese design studio created a millennial SUV concept [sponsored]

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    Concept Car(s) of the Week: The Corvette Mako Sharks


    One day in 1956, Bill Mitchell, who would soon become GM’s design chief, pulled up at a red light not far from the GM Technical Center. Beside him was a Ford Thunderbird driven by a young designer GM had recently hired and who had quickly made a name for himself with interesting ideas for the 1959 Pontiac and Chevrolet models.

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    Concept Cars of the Week: Corvair Sports Cars


    The humble Chevrolet compact inspired some surprising sports cars

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    Concept Car(s) of the Week: The Corvette Quartet (1954)


    The Chevrolet Corvette is an American automotive icon. Introduced in 1953, it is the longest continually produced domestic car, still going strong at almost 65 years. But its beginning was shaky, and the sports car program was almost canceled before it had really begun.

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    CCotW: Chevrolet Citation IV


    An influential aerodynamic experiment that could have led to great things

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    LA 2016: Chevrolet Bolt - a crossover or an MPV?


    We're debating the most favourable format for a forward-looking electric car

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    Corvette Rondine (1963)


    Ask any Corvette enthusiast the significance of the year 1963 and an excited smile will break across his or her face. That was the year of the introduction of the second generation Corvette, the C2, with its dramatic styling, shape, and controversial split rear window, all courtesy of Larry Shinoda and the GM Design team.

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    769: 1963 Chevrolets


    Chevrolet's boxy 1960s offerings made Giugiaro's curvy Testudo look totally wild

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    New Cars: Delhi Auto Expo 2016 highlights


    Small crossovers and sedan dominate India's biggest motor show

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    Concept Car of the Week: Chevrolet California Camaro IROC-Z (1989)


    The 'running sketch in steel' that rebooted the muscle car genre

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    Chevrolet Traverse


    Chevrolet's new bowtie look should be apparent by now, with the horizontally split grille that continues into the lower part of the bumper offset.

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    Chevrolet Camaro concept


    Unveiled to universal rapture is a new everyday hero: the Chevrolet Camaro. Drawing from the 1969 original, this new interpretation designed under Tom Peters is derivative yet contemporary, with bold lines defining tight surfaces.

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    Dacia Logan Steppe


    Dacia unveiled its first-ever show car produced by Renault Design at Geneva.

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    Chevrolet Malibu


    GM unveiled the 2008 Chevrolet Malibu in Detroit, built on a revised version of the Epsilon platform.

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    Chevrolet Volt


    Who will resuscitate the electric car? Well, maybe GM if they go ahead and develop their Chevrolet Volt Concept, a plug-in hybrid that can run for 40 miles on its Li-Ion battery power, and whose small three cylinder internal combustion engine serves the only purpose of driving a generator.

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    Chevrolet Orlando concept


    The Orlando is a new study for a potential crossover 7-seat MPV/SUV based on the new Chevrolet Cruze sedan, also launched at Paris last week.

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    Chevrolet Volt


    The Chevrolet Volt is making its international show debut at Paris a week after being unveiled in Detroit at the GM centenary celebrations.

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    Chevrolet Global


    The Chevrolet 'triplets' as they are affectionately called by David Lyon, Executive director of GM's Asia Pacific Design, were all conceived in GM's design studio in Inchon, South Korea.

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    Chevrolet GPiX concept


    This is another concept car that was developed locally with the adventure seeking Latin American market in mind.

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    Chevrolet Equinox


    Chevrolet describes its second-generation 2010 Equinox production vehicle - unveiled in Detroit and on sale in mid-2009 in the US - as a compact crossover.