Building life-size replicas of cars from Lego is far from a fresh idea these days, but seeing the finished creation is still just as impressive as ever, especially when considering how much time an effort goes into the construction. The latest example comes from Chevrolet, who've teamed up with Lego once again following The Lego Batman Movie in 2017. This time they've used the iconic plastic bricks to make a life-size model of the 2019 Silverado pickup.
GM is building a simpler way to charge its electric cars, cutting through the confusion of multiple charging networks. What the automaker isn't going to do is echo Tesla or Volkswagen-owned Electrify America and build a charger network of its own. Instead, GM plans to integrate its vehicles and its services more tightly with existing third-party charging infrastructure.
Here's a car auction that's perfect for both Chevrolet Camaro fans and those who really like the Transformers movie series (there's at least a few out there, I'm sure). The first Transformers movie is known for featuring the debut of the then-new fifth generation Camaro over 11 years ago, with the vehicle staring as the car-form of hero Bumblebee. Now all four Camaros that have been featured in the film franchise since then are being auctioned as a special package.
An hour from Vegas, past rolling brown hills and more than a few tumbleweeds, you’ll find Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club. A racing-enthusiast’s oasis in the desert. Unlike most oases, though, this one can get seriously loud.
Chevrolet gave you a chance to get used to the 2020 Silverado HD's imposing visage, and now it's showing you how many expressions the heavy-duty truck can make. The five different trim levels for the upcoming pickup have been revealed, and they run the gamut from sober through to glitzy.
Chevrolet has revealed its latest heavy-duty truck, with the 2020 Silverado HD promising more flexibility and a beefy new aesthetic. Previewed ahead of its February 2019 debut, the new Silverado HD aims to boost towing capacity while also being more flexible and functional through some clever design.
Chevy has revealed two new special editions of its Colorado truck, focusing on both off-road and street drivers to mark the four year anniversary of the pickup nameplate's return. The midsize truck was relaunched in late 2014, and since then almost 430,000 have been sold, Chevrolet said today.
Drag racing usually involves clouds of burnt hydrocarbons in with the burning rubber, but Chevrolet's all-electric eCOPO Camaro Concept does away with that. Designed for SEMA 2018, and to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the original COPO Camaro special order models, the EV Camaro isn't just a vague show-car special, either.
Electrification is in fashion now, but there’s still plenty of room for EVs to catch up with their gas-burning brethren. While Tesla may have led the charge in electric luxury, while Nissan, Chevrolet, and others have focused on the entry-level, the pickings are still rich for vehicles taking advantage of electric motors’ instantaneous torque, zero emissions, and design flexibility.
In the '60s the hottest and most desired of the Camaro muscle cars of the era were the Yenko cars. Modern muscle car fans can now purchase the 2019 Yenko/SC Stage II Camaro directly through Chevy dealerships. The car is very limited edition with only 25 to be made and it has a supercharged 6.8L engine that makes 1000hp.
If the one thing stopping you from picking up a 1973 Chevrolet Laguna was the absence of a Corvette ZR1 engine, then we have some excellent news for you. Sadly Chevy isn't planning on putting this mash-up of '70s retro-classic and supercharged 755 horsepower monster into production, but it will sell you the most important part so you can do it yourself.