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Chevy shows off 2015 Colorado mid-size truck

Chevy shows off 2015 Colorado mid-size truck

In years past, just about every automaker that offered a full size truck also offered a compact or mid-size truck. As the years passed and sales declined for that segment, some makers discontinued their small and mid-size trucks because the price and capability difference between the smaller trucks and full size units was minuscule and most buyers opted for the larger truck.

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2014 Corvette heading to drivers with optional Competition Sport seat

2014 Corvette heading to drivers with optional Competition Sport seat

In an effort to give Corvette owners what they prefer, Chevrolet will be offering a few different seat options with the 2014 models. Specifically, those picking up a 2014 Corvette will be able to choose between a Standard GT or Competition Sport seat. According to Chevrolet, these two are options are "similar to the everyday comfort of a well-tailored suit vs. the support offered by compression apparel athletes wear."

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Silverado Cheyenne concept turns truck into Camaro Z/28-inspired beast

Silverado Cheyenne concept turns truck into Camaro Z/28-inspired beast

GM may be pushing its 2014 Camaro Z/28 as the performance monster, but the company has decided there's no reason the Silverado truck shouldn't get a similar jolt, at least in concept form. The 2014 Chevrolet Silverado Cheyenne concept takes the regular cab puts it on a serious diet, switching out several of the regular parts for carbon fiber alternatives, in addition to swapping in a 6.2-liter V8 good for 420HP and 460 lb-ft of torque.

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2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Technical Details

2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Technical Details

"The Z/28 is really going to be the icing on the cake for the Camaro." So says Al Oppenheimer, chief engineer on Chevrolet's Camaro team, and while he's unsurprisingly a little biased about GM's street-legal race car, having been out on the track in the 2014 Camaro Z/28 it's hard not to catch some of that enthusiasm. Chevrolet's cars aren't production ready yet - though even when they are, GM will only be making 3,000-4,000 over the course of two years - and the test cars are hand-built, down to the special 505 HP engines, but already the potential is clear. Read on for our first impressions.

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Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 clocks blistering Nordschleife run

Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 clocks blistering Nordschleife run

Chevrolet's 2014 Camaro Z/28 has been put through the paces at the Nürburgring road course, with the model clocking in at a blistering four seconds faster than the Camaro ZL1, all the while beating out competitors' vehicles including the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 and the Porsche 911 Carrera S. The fast lap time is despite being pitted against some unwelcomed acts of nature, including pouring rainfall towards the end of the run.

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2014 Chevrolet Malibu reads your texts and allows hands-free response

2014 Chevrolet Malibu reads your texts and allows hands-free response

Chevrolet has announced an interesting feature that is included on its 2014 Malibu. Like most automotive manufacturers, Chevrolet is making efforts to help reduce distracted driving by integrating features into the vehicle for hands-free calling and texting. Chevy has announced that the MyLink infotainment system for the 2014 Malibu features Text-to-Voice for smartphone users.

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2014 Chevrolet Black Ops Silverado offers body armor, aims to take on the apocalypse

2014 Chevrolet Black Ops Silverado offers body armor, aims to take on the apocalypse

Chevrolet has rolled out a new truck that is sure to make your neighbors give you a second glance, aiming to satisfying the survivalist in you while offering all the trimmings you'd need to survive a zombie apocalypse (or perhaps a government shut down): the 2014 Chevrolet Black Ops Silverado. The Black Ops is a body-armor equipped truck decked out in black and packed full of features you won't find on the average run-of-the-mill vehicle.

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The Auto Vivisectionist: Inside GM’s Secret Teardown Lab

The Auto Vivisectionist: Inside GM’s Secret Teardown Lab

It's the killing ground where hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of SUVs, sports cars, and sedans meet their grisly end before they have more than a handful of miles on the clock. Some of General Motor's earliest work on building new models comes as much from tearing apart cars as it does piecing together fresh parts. That's the odd double approach of the Competitive Teardown Area, the high-security garage where cutting edge 3D printing and rapid prototyping sits alongside socket sets and angle grinders. The luckier cars start as homegrown constituent parts and leave as near-complete mockups of tomorrow's models; the unlucky ones - often wearing badges from Ford, Mercedes, Honda, Toyota, and other GM rivals - are making their final journey in one piece when they roll in through gates. It's the sort of place where, ordinarily, you'd need to be part of GM's engineering inner-circle to walk around, but SlashGear was invited to pay a special visit.

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