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2018 Chevy Chevelle SS Concept Redesign and Performance

It has been renewed and the new 2018 Chevy Chevelle SS concept is believed to be more than ordinary. Chevelle was manufactured for three generations right from 1964 to 1978. It was a mid-size car designed by Chevrolet during those years. Chevelle has been Chevrolet’s top selling cars back then.

SS stands for super sport. This all new Chevy Chevelle SS concept 2018 will be designed accordingly and will be out in 2018.

2018 Chevy Chevelle SS Concept front

2018 Chevy Chevelle SS Concept – Redesign Interior and Exterior

The interior, as well as the exterior, will have a remarkable design. 2018 Chevy Chevelle SS concept car will come out with a 3 doors concept. The front of this car will feature LED lights along with angled fog lights. However, not much information is available and this is the reason why it is creating a lot of buzzes.

It is believed that the interior of this new Chevy Chevelle SS concept 2018 will have a resemblance to the Camaro. The seats, as well as the custom gauges, will be same as that in the Camaro. Its infotainment system will include features such as cruise control, navigation control and large touch screen display. Also, there will be changes in both its dashboard and panel.

2018 Chevy Chevelle SS Concept interior

2018 Chevy Chevelle SS Concept – Engine and Performance

The engine will come in two variants as follows:

  • The 2.0-liter engine which will offer 294 hp.
  • The 3.3-liter engine which will offer 298 hp and 325 lb-ft torque.

This all new Chevy Chevelle SS Concept 2018 is speculated to come with a 454 hp as well. This powerful one will offer up to 500 lb-ft torque. There is no information available about the specifications and dimensions of this Chevy Chevelle SS Concept 2018 as of now.

The speedometer of this sports car will be marked up to 120 mph but with the much powerful engine, it can easily overcome that mark. The 2018 Chevy Chevelle SS Concept car is rumored to cross the first 60 mph mark in just 6.1 seconds.

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