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Honda S2000 custom EV is part Tesla and part Chevy

Honda S2000 custom EV is part Tesla and part Chevy

Lots of car folks take the engine out of one car and cram it under the hood of another. The engine swap is nothing new. As EVs have become more common people have taken to swapping EV powertrains into cars that were never intended to run on batteries. This is exactly what this Honda S2000 is.

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Hennessey Goliath 6×6 is a Silverado on steroids

Hennessey Goliath 6×6 is a Silverado on steroids

Hennessey has taken a 2019 Chevy Silverado Trail Boss truck and turned it into a very different beast. The truck comes on the heels of the similar Velociraptor 6x6 truck that started life as a normal Ford Raptor. The new Chevy is called the Goliath 6x6 and it has both more wheels and more power.

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GM to end production of Chevy Sonic

GM to end production of Chevy Sonic

GM has announced that it will be killing off the Chevy Sonic subcompact car. The move is part of the automakers plan to ditch small low-margin cars and focus on higher margin and more popular SUVs. The Sonic was a decent looking if boring to drive car that has been around for many model years at this point.

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2019 Corvette ZR1 sets Virginia International Raceway lap record

2019 Corvette ZR1 sets Virginia International Raceway lap record

Serendipity is often credited for some accidental but happy discoveries in history, from penicillin to super glue. Now Chevrolet is claiming yet another “accidental” discovery, that its upcoming 2019 Corvette ZR1 happens to be the fastest coupe to have rolled on the VIR, a.k.a. the Virginia International Raceway, considered one of the most challenging road course. And, Chevy says, it wasn’t even trying to beat any record. In fact, it didn’t even have a race car driver behind the wheel.

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Chevrolet reveals first look at 2019 Silverado pickup

Chevrolet reveals first look at 2019 Silverado pickup

The 2018 Detroit Auto Show doesn't start until mid-January, but Chevrolet has decided to pull the wraps of its newest truck a bit early, offering an early peak at the 2019 Silverado. The all-new pickup was unveiled at the Texas Motor Speedway this weekend, and while technical details won't be shared until next month, Chevy used the opportunity to highlight some of the Silverado's key differences against the Ford F-150.

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2018 Chevy Camaro Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Edition lands in spring 2018

2018 Chevy Camaro Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Edition lands in spring 2018

Chevy and Hot Wheels have teamed up for a real-world car that you will be able to buy in the spring of 2018 that looks like one of the iconic Hot Wheels cars you can buy in stores. The car wears an orange shade on the outside called Crush meant to remind of the orange tracks Hot Wheels makes.

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MotorTrend’s World’s Greatest Drag Race 2017 is an epic race

MotorTrend’s World’s Greatest Drag Race 2017 is an epic race

Since I was 12 and got my first subscription to MotorTrend magazine, I have long thought that the guys who get to work there have the greatest jobs ever. They get to drive all sorts of cool vehicles and drive them fast. They als get to do the World's' Greatest Drag Race, something they have done alongside their Best Driver's Car each year since 2011.

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Give your Corvette a wagon look with Callaway’s new AeroWagen mod

Give your Corvette a wagon look with Callaway’s new AeroWagen mod

Corvette enthusiasts may remember back to 2013 when Callaway, the Chevy customization specialist, debuted its concept for what many have referred to as a wagon-style modification for the two-door coupe. Dubbed the AeroWagen package, the add-on technically gives the Corvette a shooting brake look, stretching the car's roof line towards the back. Whatever you may call it, the aftermarket part is finally available for almost all C7 Corvette models, including the Z06 and Grand Sport.

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Lego Batman Movie’s Batmobile made life-size with help from Chevy

Lego Batman Movie’s Batmobile made life-size with help from Chevy

The Lego Batman Movie will be hitting theaters in less than a month, and to help promote it the Lego company teamed up with Chevrolet to take the film's latest take on the Batmobile and build a life-size version of it out of — wait for it — (almost) nothing but plastic Lego bricks. While it may look like the latest Batman Lego set you can buy in stores in the photos shown here, it's actually a 17-foot long, 1,700-pound replica made from just over 344,000 bricks.

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Callaway just made the Corvette cooler with this wagon modification

Callaway just made the Corvette cooler with this wagon modification

The Corvette. Chevy's masterpiece of a two-door sports car, with an iconic, easily recognizable design. The thought of giving it a wagon-style body, even maintaining the same number of doors, seems like it should be a crime. But — what if — it was actually awesome? Turns out it is, and Callaway has already made it a reality. The aftermarket tuner, known for customizing cars with the Chevy badge — especially Corvettes — has announced the AeroWagen package for C7 Stingray and Z06 models, to be available this fall.

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Chevy Corvette C7.Rs take top two spots at Rolex 24 GTLM race

Chevy Corvette C7.Rs take top two spots at Rolex 24 GTLM race

Just because you're in the same cars from the same car maker doesn't automatically make you buddies on the tracks. At the Rolex 24 at Daytona endurance race, even teams from the same brands need to be the best. And that is exactly what happened with Chevrolet's two Corvette C7.Rs teams, the No. 4 driven by Oliver Gavin and the No. 3 of Antonia Garcia, who ended up racing nose-to-tail for the grand crown. Luckily for Chevy, both cars did make it first to the finish line, just 0.034 seconds apart from each other.

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2017 Cruze Hatch brings sportiness to Chevy’s best-seller

2017 Cruze Hatch brings sportiness to Chevy’s best-seller

The Cruze has been enjoying the distinction of being Chevrolet's number one selling car since its introduction, both throughout the world, but also especially in the US. While smaller hatchbacks have become all the rage lately, it seems only sensible for Chevy to put two winners together. And that is exactly what it is doing by launching the 2017 Cruze Hatch, to give customers in the US a sporty and functional choice without having to sacrifice all the features and benefits that have made the Cruze sedan such a well-loved car.

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