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Chevy unveils custom Gen Six Camaros and Copo Camaro at SEMA

Chevy unveils custom Gen Six Camaros and Copo Camaro at SEMA

Chevrolet has rolled out some very cool sixth generation Camaros at SEMA that highlight the new car and some of the performance parts Chevy offers for the cars. Perhaps the biggest standout in the booth is the sixth gen Camaro called the Camaro Krypton concept. This car is covered in electroluminescent Krypton Green paint and has illuminated bowties that cascade down the sides at the flip of a switch.

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Chevrolet finished the first batch of 2016 Camaros

Chevrolet finished the first batch of 2016 Camaros

Chevrolet is looking to start a new Pony Car war with Ford and Dodge with the unveiling of its leaner and more powerful 2016 Camaro. Chevy has announced that this week the first production 2016 Camaros rolled off the assembly line. With the first batch of the cars off the line, dealers should begin getting the cars in the middle of November.

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Chevrolet Spark modified to carry, deliver 80 pizzas at a time

Chevrolet Spark modified to carry, deliver 80 pizzas at a time

Domino’s is working with some industry partners to create custom pizza delivery vehicles based on the Chevrolet Spark. These Spark units are dubbed the “DXP”, which stands for Domino’s Delivery Expert; they’re designed to be the ultimate delivery vehicle, being what Domino’s says is the “first purpose-built vehicle aimed at revolutionizing pizza delivery.” It’ll make things easier on drivers, and ensure your pizza is delivered hot.

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LG, GM team up to develop Chevrolet Bolt EV

LG, GM team up to develop Chevrolet Bolt EV

When you hear of tech companies' involvement with modern, high tech cars, it's usually limited to a few pieces of technology inside the cabin, more often than not, the infotainment system. General Motors, however, is trying to be special by involving LG, popular for its smartphones, TVs, and appliances, in the development of its upcoming Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle. This makes LG perhaps one of if not the first major consumer electronics manufacturers to be a strategic partner in developing one of the cars of the future.

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The “Need to Know” on Chevrolet’s 2016 Volt engine

The “Need to Know” on Chevrolet’s 2016 Volt engine

Chevrolet may have made the 2016 Volt sleeker and more comfortable than its predecessor, but the important changes start under the hood. The second-generation Voltec powertrain might follow the same pattern as its predecessor, but upgrades on both the gas and electric components - as well as how they work together - add up to a considerably different experience from the new EV.

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2016 Chevrolet Volt first drive

2016 Chevrolet Volt first drive

Not all electric cars are created equal and, as Chevrolet proved with the first-generation Volt, there's more than one way to wean drivers off gasoline. Fans of electric vehicles can debate pure-EV, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and any other combination all they like; at the end of the day I'm a pragmatist, and so for me it's the Volt's ability to boost fuel-efficiency without introducing range anxiety - and without being too pious in the process - that makes the second-gen 2016 car so appealing.

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Chevrolet Android Auto update for 8-inch MyLink starts March

Chevrolet Android Auto update for 8-inch MyLink starts March

After all the rather negative news in the automotive industry these past days courtesy of Volkswwagen, here's one that might bring a smile to some, particularly those rooting for Android in the car. Chevrolet has just announced a more or less definite schedule when it plans to roll out its promised Android Auto update to its 2016 models. Owners of those models that bear its 8-inch MyLink infotainment systems will be able to claim the Android Auto update starting March next year from authorized Chevrolet dealers.

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