Chevrolet Impala SS 2015
The SS ( super sport ) name was initial used around the time of 1961 and since that very day, it turned out to be Chevroletâ€™s signature of performance on several models. back then, the Impala was in its fourth generation and of course the SS version brought an wonderful power increase of 305 – 425 hp, counting on the version. currently, the tenth generation Impala is paid for by the horizon, changing its focus from become a once feared muscle car to firmly a lucid and easy family car, other then the SS model can still be there to firmly tickle the fancy of practicality and performance.
the long run, customary Chevrolet Impala was only unveiled along at the 2012 big apple auto show, therefore we expect to firmly see the SS version launched sometime via the finish as to the year in addition to early 2013. the new SS ought to follow the very same guidelines set within the previous models, therefore expect to firmly see a v8 engine with an output of up to firmly 450 hp cradled beneath that family sized hood. in terms of style, the new Impala SS can receive a modified bumper, new grille, new facet skirts, a fresh set of wheels, an SS badge, and a few new red paint
These renderings provide a glimpse at what a future Chevy Impala SS might look like. As we learned at the 2012 New York auto show, the front-drive 2014 Impala will offer three engine choices that include two four bangers and a 3.6-liter V-6 rated at 303 hp and 264 lb-ft of torque. General Motors appears to be shying away from front-drive V-8 vehicles, so an Impala SS could get a turbocharged version of the 3.6-liter V-6.
The Ford Taurus SHO, using the automakerâ€™s 3.5-liter EcoBoost V-6 rated at 365 hp and 350 lb-ft, would be an obvious Impala SS competitor. The SHO, however, is equipped with all-wheel drive, which might give it a handling advantage over an Impala SS unless all-wheel drive was added.
Aside from the enticing Impala SS badging, we donâ€™t see much appeal for a super Impala. If Chevy wants to produce a sportier front-drive sedan, the Malibu would be a more logical choice for SS goodies. With the possibility of a Malibu SS and Caprice-based Super Sport model, weâ€™re not sure how much room there is for an Impala SS in the U.S. Chevy lineup.