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Velocity HD (formerly Discovery HD Theater) has been airing a special celebrating 100 years of Chevrolet called Chevy 100. I DVR'd it and had a chance to watch it tonight. Very well produced and I highly recommend it to everyone here. Our very own F-Bodfather was featured in it.
Towards the end Ed Welburn gives us a sneak peek of a upcoming Chevy for around 2014/2015. He doesn't say what it is but I was thinking Impala, but I just noticed that this car looks to be a hatchback, so I don't know. I know this is just a mock up, but I am not impressed with the Volvoish rear..............thoughts?
These pics. didn't turn out very good since they are screenshots from my HDTV taken with my phone.
Part of the hood.....
There is lots of behind the scenes looks in this show, lots of shots inside the design studios. I saw a lot of interesting looking artwork and designs in the background.
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In the rear it looks very Audi A7'ish. It would be kinda cool to see the Impala end up with a non-traditional sedan silouette like that. Not too sure what else it could be other than the Impala. It doesnt look like a small car to me, although the greenhouse looks a little narrow.
If they are showing this "unveiling" during a discovery documentary, it will probably be at the auto show in Detroit, on Jan, at the same time as the Dodge Dart unveiling. It does look like a concept, but also looks not too far off from being production ready. Kind of like the camaro keeping fairly true to the concept.
Just your basic bolt-ons, and a loudmouth...exhaust