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2007 Chevy Beat Concept:
The Chevrolet Beat is a front-wheel-drive, three-door hatchback wrapped in a bright Vertigo Green exterior finish that exudes energy and extends into the interior. The overall mood of the exterior and interior design is that of a high-performance, high-tech micro tuner car, with fascias, rocker panels, lamps and wheels enhanced for personalization, a strong trend among buyers in this market.
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2007 Chevy Groove Concept:
Inspired by a “half-soldier, half-modern” military helmet, the Chevrolet Groove concept is contemporary and funky, but evokes classic Chevrolet heritage design cues like an upright windshield and prominent fender flares that give the Groove a strong, sturdy stance reminiscent of a retro hot rod.
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2007 Chevy Trax Concept:
Active buyers who want to get in touch with their sportier side – or who just want to navigate the urban jungle in a sportier ride – will make tracks to the Chevrolet Trax, an urban front-wheel-drive crossover concept with a twist: This micro SUV has an electric limited-slip differential that features an independent battery pack and an electric motor to drive the rear wheels, providing a low-cost all-wheel-drive system.
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2007 Chevy Volt Concept:
While the technologically advanced Chevrolet Volt has the capability to travel 40 miles on electricity alone, at first glance, the concept could easily be mistaken as simply a design statement.
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2007 Chevy Camaro Convertable Concept:
The Chevrolet Camaro concept was the celebrated star of the 2006 auto show season. You can only top that by literally and figuratively blowing the top off. That’s exactly what GM’s designers and engineers did to create the Camaro convertible concept. The introduction of the Camaro convertible concept was on the eve of the North American International Auto Show at GM Style, an exclusive, fashion-splashed event combining celebrities, couture and automobiles.
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2006 Chevy WTCC Ultra Concept:
The ready-to-drive concept car was developed by a GM team around the globe. It is the optical vision of a new touring car generation and takes the Chevrolet body language to the extreme. The compact Chevrolet WTCC Ultra (length/width/height: 4,325/1,905/1,570 mm) will celebrate its world premiere on the Chevrolet stand in Hall 5.2 of the Expo in Paris.
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2006 Chevy Camaro Concept:
The Camaro Concept embodies the performance and passion that have made first-generation Camaros some of the most sought-after collector cars, updating the formula with a fuel-efficient powertrain, sophisticated chassis and contemporary design execution. The goal is to make the sport coupe relevant to younger enthusiasts while retaining its appeal to its current fans.
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Cobalt 20052005 Chevy Cobalt:
The all-new 2005 Chevy Cobalt. Preproduction vehicle. Actual production vehicle may vary. Available in SS Supercharged Coupe, SS Coupe, LS Coupe, Cobalt Coupe, SS Sedan, LT Sedan, LS Sedan and Cobalt Sedan.
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Corvette 20052005 Corvette Convertible:
Preproduction vehicle shown. Actual production model may vary. The sixth-generation 2005 Corvette coupe and convertible, are huge news for enthusiasts around the globe. Let it be said — to challengers everywhere — that once more the bar is raised. These are sensational Corvettes.
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2005 Chevrolet Sequel:
General Motors today announced a driveable version of the most technologically advanced automobile ever built – the Chevrolet Sequel, GM’s solution to provide the world with a cleaner, petroleum-free vehicle that is better in nearly every way.
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2003 Chevy Cheyenne:
Chevy's 2003 Cheyenne concept truck is a thunderstone metallic full-size pickup. With enhanced cargo-carrying features, the truck is what the designers at Chevy set out to build--a pickup that makes the best use of both interior and cargo space while increasing passenger comfort. A supercharged all-alloy 6.0-liter Vortec engine, generating 500 horsepower and 580 lbs.-ft. of torque. This V-8 engine is used with GM Powertrain's Displacement on Demand (DOD) technology, debuting on some 2005 GM models. DOD shuts down half of the cylinders during most driving conditions, and automatically and seamlessly reactivates them for more demanding tasks, such load hauling.
2001 Chevy Borrego:
The 2001 Chevrolet Borrego is a "sports adventure vehicle" concept car. It is designed as a crossover between a sports utility vehicle and a passenger car. The concept car uses a Subaru engine, a MacPherson strut front suspension and an all wheel drive (AWD) drivetrain. In design, the Chevy Borrego is said to be influenced by Baja racers. Thus, there is a certain amount of rally car influence in the Chevy Borrego car design. So far, the Chevy Borrego has not gone into production so it may remain one of those vehicles that always remain as a concept car.
2001 Corvette Tiger Shark:
GM bored out the Corvette’s LS1 V8 to 7.0L and added a Vortech ‘T’ supercharger – that produces an amazing 742 horsepower at 6000 rpm and 690 lb-ft of torque at 5700 rpm. The Tiger Shark Corvette has a six-speed Borg Warner manual transmission, electronic throttle control, a modified independent suspension, large Brembo racing brakes, 18 inch wheels, Goodyear F1 Fiorano tires, and a Tiger Yellow paint job and black leather interior. Even if it was built as a limited production model, the Tiger Shark would certainly become an image leader for Chevrolet.
2002 Chevy Journey:
The 2002 Chevrolet Journey concept developed by GM do Brazil's Design & Engineering Center combines the attributes of an SUV and a station wagon in one compact package. The all-wheel-drive Journey sports a purposeful, athletic design and features three rows of versatile seating.
2004 Chevy Nomad:
The 2004 Chevrolet Nomad concept was introduced at the North American International Auto Show. Designed with a nod to the 1954 Chevy Nomad, this latest version has round headlamps mounted on curving fenders and a trademark Corvette grille. Large, bulky items are accommodated by a removable rear roof panel and a folding tailgate.