Purple Roads initiative helps the American Cancer Society raise money and awareness for its Road to Recovery program for transportation to and from treatment for people who have cancer and do not have a ride.
Presented at 2014 NAIAS, 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 comes replete with race-proven design, advanced technologies and world-class performance.
2013 LA Auto Show sees Chevrolet bring 13 new or significantly redesigned vehicles to their pavilion. All-new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado, 2 new sedans from the Sonic family, Sonic RS Sedan and Sonic Dusk will be shown.
Sales of General Motors India during the month of October 2013 increased 14% to stand at 7,715 units as against 6,754 units sold in the same month of 2012. Total sales of Beat hatchback stood at 2,679 units while that of Chevrolet Enjoy stood at 1,965 units while a total of 1,837 units of Chevrolet Sail were sold.
Chevrolet Beat highest seller for General Motors India as company grapples with 4.79% sales decline in September 2013
For September 2013, General Motors India sold 7048 vehicles. This equates to 4.79% sales decline for the month when compared to 7,403 units sold in October 2012.
Chevrolet automotive partner for DreamWorks animation film Turbo, which opens to the public on October 18th, will host a series of UK pre-screenings of the new animation at cinemas across the country during the first two weekends of October, taking place in Cambridge, Livingston, Oxford, Poole, Portsmouth, Stockton and Wolverhampton. Events will be used by dealers as a customer relationship incentive.
Chevrolet Sail sales down, Tavera recall, office bearers sacked, and a fine. Such a mess General Motors India
US auto majors General Motors has been in the middle of a few very difficult weeks. A few officials have been shown the door following deficiencies in emission tests due to which 114,000 Chevrolet Tavera SUVs had to be recalled.
Callaway Competition GmbH, Leingarten Germany, will embark on a development program for making the new Corvette C7 into a GT3-class race car and submit for homologation from the FIA.
100 years of Chevrolet Bowtie, origin still uncertain after first used on H-2 Royal Mail and H-4 Baby Grand
Chevroletâ€™s globally recognized bowtie celebrates its 100th anniversary this year with 25 product launches helping the symbol find new roads around the world despite an origin that is still uncertain. In 1913, Chevrolet co-founder William C. Durant introduced the signature Chevy bowtie on the 1914 Chevrolet H-2 Royal Mail and the H-4 Baby Grand, centered at the front of both models.