General Motors Company is set to showcase the all-new Chevrolet SS rear-wheel-drive sedan in the Daytona 500 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series motor race in Florida in February 2013. The new vehicle will hit the market in the second half of 2013. The company recently unveiled the NASCAR Sprint Cup racing version of Chevrolet SS in Las Vegas.
Chevrolet SS is the first rear-wheel-drive vehicle in the U.S after the company stopped marketing Pontiac G8 in 2009.
The new vehicle launch is expected to enhance the company’s business based on the rising demand from the dealers and customers. The rear-wheel-drive sedan features better acceleration, braking and handling system than the front-wheel-drive models.
Recently, General Motors announced its plans to launch the electric version of Chevrolet Spark in the ongoing Los Angeles Auto Show. The new Spark features an electric motor and a 20 kWh lithium ion battery, making it faster than the gasoline version of Spark. The company expects that the launch will enhance its business and provide a low cost alternative to the customers.
jeyebolt takes all the credit for GM who uses foreign brands for its products: Opel, Vauxhall, Faw, Jiefang, Wuling, Holden, Daewoo, Isuzu, Suzuki, Subaru, Toyota, Honda, Peugot...... Yup, GM touched all of those brands.
Been waiting for this car for quite some time. I hope it doesn't dissapoint. My G8's are great. Then again, they were not made by GM, so that figures. Hoping for the best. And hoping to buy one. That being said, I'm going it with extreme caution.
My plans to replace my current Pontiac GXP are on hold for the SS introduction. I cannot complain over the Pontiac, the headsup display and the alternator, both replaced under warannty are the only repairs in 6 years. I know all you basher's have nasty comments - I simply don't care - I put you on ignore anyhow. Since the late 60's this is the 5th Pontiac owned either by myself or my parents. And everyone has been virtually trouble free. My parents owned 3 Buicks, again trouble free.
Whine and cry over GM products, I just ignore the bunch of you.