2014 Chevrolet SS in Geneva review and pictures

Posted on Monday, 11 March 2013 , 14:03:35 byDan

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Chevrolet SS in Geneva

Until now, the Chevrolet SS has not been seen in person, but only by very few people and it has been driven only by the ones who built it. Even so, there are a lot of controversies when it comes to the way it looks and the way it shifts. The engineers have offered the model an automatic transmission and different car enthusiasts feel a manual would have been better, but we think is a bit too soon to tell. First we have to stay behind its wheel for a drive test and only then say it is not ok. The other problem refers to the way the new Chevy SS looks like.

To be really hones, it is not that it looks bad, but it does not have a lot of new elements. The specialists have offered a lot of elements borrowed from the Holden Special Vehicle GTS into the new 2014 Commodore SS and Chevrolet SS. When it comes to looks we cannot stop being subjective and this is why there are a lot of different opinions on it. Losing weight on those upper panels has lowered the center of gravity and there is almost 50 / 50 weight distribution. The model runs on 19-inch wheels covered in Bridgestone Potenzas tires.

The front ones have the same specs as those on the Ferrari California and the rear ones have the same ones like the ones used on the Aston Martin DB9. The new model will have to compete with models like the SRT, Chrysler and Dodge sedans and also with a couple of German models like, for example, the Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG. The Charger SRT has a starting price of $45.990 and the 300 SRT has a starting price of $49.990 and both produce a square 470 horsepower and lb. ft.; this actually means they produce 55 horsepower and lb. ft. more in comparison with the SS. The Chevy SS is capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in around 5.0 seconds. The American carmaker is very proud of what the SS driver will experience in everyday use of the car. The front sport seats are supportive and comfortable and there is plenty of room in the back with the front set to the driving position. Source: autoblog