The 2014 Chevy Impala. Bringing Sexy Back.
Published July 18, 2012
So, General Motors as a company has felt the economic crunch of 2008, along with millions of other Americans all throughout the US. So much so, that GM had to shut down two of their fairly popular production lines. Those two lines were Pontiac, and Saturn. Both lines carried some really nice cars, such as Pontiac’s G8, GTO, & Solstice, and Saturn’s Astra, Aura, & Outlook all became casualties of the economic war. But regardless of the loss of a major brand, GM still has it’s heavy weights in the roster. Cadillac, GMC Truck, Buick, and good ‘ole Chevrolet. For the most part Chevy has been sitting on top of the dog pile for many, many years, and has been making sure that no one else has come close to knocking them off. Chevy has been making a killing with their ultra popular pick-up trucks, and sedans nation wide. It didn’t hurt to also have the longest selling American sports car in the history of the US. The Corvette, a name so strong, that it has become a legend in the pages in history. But we’re not here to discuss the Corvette, but yet another well known name. A name that has also bared the burden of fame and fortune for many decades. The Chevy Impala. Named after a graceful animal that has been able to allude it’s predators for years, the Impala has stood the test of time, and now Chevy is making sure it stays that way. Introducing the 2014 Chevy Impala. This new model has been reformed, reshaped, re-engineered, and beautifully refined. The 2014 Chevy Impala, has dropped a few pounds, and has found new areas to put them. Primarily getting rid of that huge square shaped ass it used to have, while smoothing out the all of the body lines. The fascia now incorporates a brilliantly enhanced sleek looking style that is simply eye catching. The Impala has the look of the Camaro’s older brother that just graduated from Yale. The new educated look continues to the inside, where leather and technology meet for a surprising new twist. The 2014 Impala receives a gold star when it comes to this futuristic styled dash. The driver’s seat has never been this inviting before. Chevy’s designers seem to have tapped into a Feng Shui source of ideology, and used the ergonomics of technology to make sure that every single function to be had was no more than an arm’s reach away. The 8” touchscreen incorporates all of the Impala’s fascinatingly new infotainment capabilities the driver will now have at their disposal. Features such Blutooth wireless functionality, for all of those hands free needed moments in time. An engaging MyLink system, that was developed by Chevrolet, in house, specifically for this car. It’s purpose is to make streaming music from sources like Pandora, easy, while still being able to circumnavigate wherever you, are with pin point accuracy of a vastly improved Navigational system. To make this an even sweeter deal, the whole entire system can be made to respond to the sound of your own voice. Truly Hands Free. The 2014 Chevy Impala, will come with three engine options that are very, very pocket friendly. There are two 4cylinder options, a 2.4L, & a 2.5L, both giving you under 200hp, but allotting an average of 33.6 mpg, not bad. The third option is a 305hp 3.6L V6 that gives you an average of 28mpg. These engines are going to be the new standard for the Impala. They represent grace, and poise on the road, for the road. In keeping with what the driver will have available, there have been some new safety features added to this masterpiece. To start the precautionary list of safety, you now have 10 standard airbags, Lane Departure sensors, Front Impact warnings, Cross Traffic alerts, High Speed Cruise Control coupled with Speed match Braking technology, a restructured steel frame, and lastly a rear view back up camera. For those times when that crick in your neck hurts too much. Overall the 2014 Chevy Impala has been developed by technology, refined by a Feng Shui master, and designed by artists, just so you can relax like a millionaire.
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