According to Mark Reuss, president, GM North America, said that the 2014 Chevrolet Impala re-assign Chevrolet iconic nameplate as a design leader, with a bold style that will turn heads for years to come. He also added that his team has been providing comfort, safety, fuel efficiency and a technology that will strengthen the leadership of the Impala into the competition of a full-size sedan market.
In addition, Chris Perry as vice president, Global Chevrolet Marketing, adding that the latest Chevrolet Impala will give us expectation that every new car that wore the Chevrolet bowtie will bring a spirit that define the brand for more than a century.
The 2014 Chevrolet Impala was designed on the basis of the dual-cockpit interior Chevrolet signatures, with greater concern to detail and luxury features, visible in all sorts of things from the instrument panel into the door panel and available lighting around it, to shades softer than these materials and premium display of seats design.
The instrument panel is paired with a new instrument cluster with 4.2-inch color screen standard with features that can be reconfigured for the driver information center.
The 2014 Chevrolet Impala comes with a more enhanced convenience and improvement in body structure, and designed to produce a calmer passenger environment. The stiffer architecture also enabled engineers to tune the ride and handling more precisely, for a greater feeling of control and comfort.
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