Blazing Into The Future: GM teases Chevy Blazer EV SS
What Does The Chevy Silverado EV Have That The Ford F-150 Lightning Doesn’t? An Off-Road Trim!
Chevrolet finally debuted the Silverado EV and gave us a few details about the truck. Initially, it will be offered in two trims – WT and RST First Edition – one on each end of the spectrum. Apart from these, there will be a few more trims gracing the lineup. One of them is the Trailboss, an off-road-oriented trim that even the Ford F-150 Lightning doesn’t have so far. How about that!
Chevrolet Offers Us The First Glimpse On The 2024 Equinox EV
Chevrolet’s biggest announcement of the day at the 2022 CES is of course the 2024 Silverado EV. But, during the same press event the company also announced plans to expand its EV lineup starting fall of 2023. The new models will include the Blazer EV SUV and the Equinox EV.
The 2024 Chevrolet Silverado EV Debuts With 400 Miles Of Range And A Six-Digit Price Figure!
Chevy finally debuts the Silverado EV, almost eight months after Ford took the wraps off the Ford F-150 Lightning. The electric Silverado comes with quite a few attention-worthy features, like 400 miles of range, a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 pounds, and fairly impressive power outputs and performance specs. To top it all off, it looks pretty darn smart from all the angles. Does this mean trouble for Ford?
This 1957 Chevrolet Project X Represents the Electrifying Future of Hot Rods
Without a doubt, the 2021 SEMA Show introduces some interesting ideas of what the future of modified cars could look like. It seems that, for better or worse, electrification will play a major role in future builds, as demand for crate electric motors is at its highest. Among the many SEMA entries, this year is a 1957 Chevrolet, dubbed Project X.
2023 Chevy Corvette Z06: Topless Thrills Up to 8,600 RPM?
At this point, there’s hardly anyone who doesn’t know about the C8 Corvette. The first production, mid-engine Corvette finally came to us in 2019 and quickly became the world’s hottest sports car. Moreover, that was only the base version, and now, we finally get a glimpse at the first high-performance version – the Z06. More importantly, we heard the engine, which sounded like no other Corvette that was ever made.
Breaking: 2022 Chevy C8 Corvette E-Ray Spied for the First Time!
The Corvette E-Ray has never been spied before, but the company has been working on it for a very long time. The fact that GM trademarked the ‘E-Ray’ name back in 2015 shows that the automaker has had it in its plans for the better part of the last decade. Fast forward to the present day, the automaker is still tight-lipped about it, but it has been spotted testing at the Nurburgring. If you had even an ounce of doubt, this proves that the car is certainly not a myth.
Supercar Blondie’s Ares Design S1 Is An Even More Unique Version Of An Already Unique Car
Supercar Blondie is showing us yet another incredible car – the Ares Design S1. We’ve known about the Italian boutique manufacturer for a while and some of their other projects include the Ares Panther and a two-door conversion for the Bentley Mulsanne. As for the Ares Design S1, clients will be able to get their cars next year, and Supercar Blondie will be the first one to get hers. However, as unique as the S1 is, she has planned something that will make hers one of a kind.
Brace Yourselves: Chevy Has Revealed The First Official Non-Camouflaged Image Of The Corvette Z06!
Chevrolet is gearing up for the Corvette Z06’s reveal that’s less than a month away. To keep the hype going, the automaker has revealed the Z06 without any camouflage for the first time ever and it looks stunning! The company sure knows how to keep us excited.
Save The Date, Folks! The C8 Corvette Z06 Will Be Revealed On 26th of October This Year!
Talks about the C8 Corvette Z06 started literally days after the C8 Corvette hit the scene. A lot of test mules have been spotted in the past and we’ve also heard what it sounds like. In fact, we have even seen in testing its launch control system at the Chevy’s proving grounds in Milford, Michigan.
Addressing all this once and for all and initiating a countdown, Chevrolet has announced the C8 Corvette Z06’s reveal date, and it’s just a little over two months at the time of penning this. 26 October 2021. Save the date, enthusiasts!
The Chevy Camaro’s Last Stand May Involve Cadillac DNA and A Blackwing Heart
Chevrolet may be preparing a number of changes to the flagship Camaro ZL1 for the 2023 model year. According to MotorTrend’s sources, Chevy is planning on releasing a new Camaro model that will have the 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 seen in the Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing.
The Chevrolet C8 Corvette Z06 Prototype Showed Up In the Most Unlikely Place
The C8 Corvette Z06 has been spotted testing multiple times in the past. We’ve seen it in the company’s Proving Grounds in Michigan, then it was spotted testing alongside the Ferrari 458 Italia, and so on. It has been spotted again, but this time, lapping the Nürburgring. The Z06 prototype even loses the black fabric thus giving us a better glimpse of what’s different here.
Chevrolet ZRX - The Raptor and TRX-Rivalling Off-Road Performance Truck That Chevy Desperately Needs
GM has been quite active in the pickup truck space since the beginning. It has even bifurcated its trucks between two brands – Chevrolet and GMC – and combined, both of them rake up pretty good numbers. Chevy brings in more sales as opposed to GMC and has managed to keep up with Ford and Ram in terms of models and trim levels on each of them. It even announced an electric Silverado that could arrive in a couple of years. However, the automaker has lagged in the case of a performance off-road truck. There are Silverado trims with off-roading prowess, but there’s no standalone model like the Ford F-150 Raptor and the Ram 1500 TRX.
There were rumors of Chevy working on one such product, but there’s still no concrete detail. It was rumored to be called the ZRX, but those were mere speculations. Chevy had trademarked the ‘ZRX’ moniker sometime back, but there seems to be no development on that front thus far. Is the automaker missing out on something big by not offering a performance off-road truck to the market? We sure think so.
After Ford and Ram, Chevy Decides to Come up With an Off-Road-Ready Version of the Silverado Truck
Chevy is taking baby steps towards competing with the Ram 1500 and the Ford F-150 in the off-roading, performance truck department. Out of the Big Three, Chevy is the only one not to offer a full-fledged off-road model for the Silverado. Ford has the F-150 Raptor (and Raptor R V-8 in the works), whereas Ram has the 1500 TRX. While Chevy hasn’t come up with a standalone off-roading model yet, it has teased a new trim, something similar to what Ford does with the Tremor and Ram does with the 1500 Rebel. Chevy has plans to offer the Silverado in the ZR2 outfit that will give you the freedom to take your bowtie truck off the roads without much hesitation. Well, better late than never!
You Will Have To Wait A Bit More For The Corvette C8 Z06
If you were waiting for the C8 Corvette, get ready to wait a bit more. The high-performance variant of the mid-engine Corvette was frequently spotted running tests, over the past year and was expected to hit the dealerships sometime in 2022. However, due to various setbacks, concerning the pandemic, demand for the regular C8 Corvette, and the shortage of materials have necessitated the delay of the Corvette Z06.
Chevy Was Caught Testing the C8 Corvette Z06’s Launch Control System
It has been some time since the C8 Corvette was launched. This means it’s time for the hotter C8 Corvette Z06 to arrive. Many test mules have been spotted in the past, and now we have another. What makes it better this time is that you can hear it rev to its 9,000-rpm redline. The Z06 was caught testing its launch control system at the company’s Proving Ground in Milford, Michigan. Is this what bliss sounds like?
Is It Closer Than We Think? Chevy Reportedly Starts Pre-Production of the C8 Corvette Z06
Cadillac’s Old Twin-Turbo Blackwing Engine Might Live on in the Corvette Z06
It’s been a while since we’ve heard about the Chevy Corvette Z06, and a lot has changed since then. It’s still going to be an amazing machine, of course, but if previous rumors were true, then GM has drastically changed direction. So where is the Corvette Z06 going now? Well, if the latest reports are true, natural aspiration is still on the table, but the flat-plane crank V-8 is out. Even more important, however, is what Chevy is benchmarking the Z06 against, and it’s kind of hard to believe.
Chevrolet Confirms An Electric Silverado, But Will It Be a Rebadged Hummer EV?
It was pretty hard to digest that one of the top truck manufacturers in the U.S., Chevrolet, was mum about electric trucks. At a time where every EV manufacturer was coming up with an offering to the open-bed segment, Chevy was out of the limelight for a very long time. Ford, on the other hand, has been active for years now, right from challenging Tesla to making official announcements.
But finally, the Bowtie has stepped up and officially announced its first-ever electric pickup truck in the form of the Silverado EV. And the icing on the cake? A range of 400 miles!
2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV
With a barrage of mass-produced EVs hitting the scene lately, Chevy’s offering to the segment, the Bolt, was looking more and more expensive by the day. Paying over $40,000 for a small hatch didn’t make much sense when you could get a competent product like Tesla Model 3 for that money. So, for the 2022 model, the automaker introduced some new features and reduced the price by $5,000!
However, to not create a vacuum and let the competition capitalize on it, the Bowtie also introduced a bigger “SUV-like” product called the Bolt EUV. It is priced on par with the outgoing Bolt and happens to be the first Chevy product to be offered with Super Cruise. Is this going to be the next-big-thing for the automaker in the EV market?
The Chevy C8 Corvette Z06 Will Be A Mean Naturally Aspirated Machine, But The ZR1 Will Be Downright Crazy
Rumors about new and upcoming versions of the C8-generation Corvette have been flying around for quite some time. But Chevy struggled with Corvette production and development during the COVID-19 lockdown of 2020 and things have slowed down. Things are still a bit uncertain right now, but it seems that Corvette Z06 is still on track for the 2022 model year, while the ZR1 could arrive for 2023. There’s also unofficial confirmation that Chevy plans to introduce two electrified Vettes for 2023 and 2024.
If You’re Upset About The Ford Mustang Mach-E, Just Wait Until You See What Chevy Does With the Corvette
When Ford announced that its first electric crossover will be called the Mustang Mach-E, die-hard Mustang fans lost it and started complaining about how FoMoCo diluted the iconic nameplate. If you’re a Chevy Corvette fan, get ready to see your beloved badge on an electric crossover too, because GM is reportedly considering an all-electric Corvette SUV. A new report says that GM already "has designers working on several Corvette-brand concept vehicles" and that a Corvette crossover could go on sale as early as 2025.
Here’s What’s New In the 2021 Chevy C8 Corvette
The C8-generation Chevrolet Corvette was off to a rough start due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The production shut down not only delayed deliveries, but also shortened the 2020 model year run and postponed upcoming versions of the sports car. But the factory is now back to full throttle and Chevrolet is rolling out 2021 model year cars. The good news is that they come with a few upgrades.