Chevrolet is already making future waves in both the car and truck segments. The 2014 Silverado was revealed on December 13th and the 2014 Chevy Corvette, also known as C7 (7th generation Corvette) is expected to be revealed on January 13, 2013. These dates and reveals mark the beginning of a special year full of redesigned vehicles for Chevrolet.
2014 Silverado- Chevy recently revealed their most renowned truck as “Stronger, Smarter, and More Capable” than ever before. The Silverado added three new EcoTec3 engines that will provide more efficiency with added power. Every inch of the Silverado has been redesigned with intelligence in mind from the new front end that helps ensure efficient cooling to the new inlaid doors that help quiet the cab. It’s truly something that truck lovers need to drive to believe.
2014 Corvette-While little is known about the new Corvette, we do know it’s going to be a beauty. Full details will be released on January 13th, however some sketches and images have already been “leaked.” Industry writers have also put out renderings of the ’14 Corvette. It’s giving everyone something to talk about.
2014 Impala-The fully-redesigned Chevy Impala is hardly recognizable. The full-sized sedan received a full exterior remodel and added power and efficiency. It also added Chevy engineered intelligence to enhance the Impala’s safety features. It’s truly a new force to be reckoned with in the Chevy line up.
Aside from the full size sedan and pick up changes, Chevy is also making changes to other segment models. In the small car segment, the Chevy Cruze will receive a mild face lift in 2014. The Chevy Equinox will also undergo a mid-model refresh for 2013, and will receive the eAssist technology system in 2014.
Chevrolet has a rich history of reliable models and hearty pickup trucks. Fred Caldwell Chevrolet has a history of astounding customer service while providing an excellent line of fresh Chevrolets. To learn more about future Chevys or to test drive one of the new 2013 models fresh on the lot, contact Fred Caldwell Chevrolet or visit them online at http://cloverchevrolet.com.