Chevrolet has completely redesigned the new 2014 Impala, its iconic flagship sedan with head turning styling, huge interior spaciousness and advanced technologies.
The 2014 Impala is new from the ground up, with muscular design elements that provide a nod to the past while embracing Chevy’s modern styling. It represents the 10th generation of one of the industry’s most enduring and popular nameplates. It has been America’s best-selling full-size sedan since 2004, with total sales of more than 169,000 in 2012.
Impala’s V-6 engine will be the most powerful naturally aspirated engine in the segment. The car also receives a new, responsive electric power steering system and enhanced suspension that provides customers with a confident driving experience.
To appeal to a wide array of customer needs, the 2014 Impala will be offered with three engine choices, including two four-cylinder powertrains and a 3.6L V-6 engine available exclusively at launch. An Ecotec 2.4L engine with eAssist, available at the end of this year, will provide an estimated 35 mpg of highway driving.
Three direct-injection engine choices will be available: a 3.6L V-6, a newly designed 2.5L four-cylinder and a 2.4L four-cylinder with fuel-saving eAssist technology estimated to deliver up to 35 mpg on highway driving. All engines are matched to a six-speed automatic transmission.
The all-new Impala arrives at Chevrolet dealerships in late April, offered in LS, LT and LTZ models. Prices start at $27,535 (including $810 destination charge). It is produced at GM’s Detroit-Hamtramck, Mich., and Oshawa, Ontario facilities.
The all-new 2014 Impala, Chevrolet’s flagship sedan, began driving off the line at Oshawa Assembly today. The Impala will begin arriving in Chevrolet showrooms this month. The 2014 Impala will also be manufactured at General Motors’ Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly Plant, starting in May.
2014 Chevrolet Impala | Source, General Motors