2014 Chevrolet Impala – More Spacious and Pinnacle of performance

April 12, 2013 / by / 0 Comment

2014 Chevrolet ImpalaChevrolet has always been known to make honest cars and with a heavy dose of glamour. 2014 Chevrolet Impala is sure to impress you with its looks. Completely redesigned with an awesome styling and great room in the interiors and not to miss out on those advanced technologies, you have never seen this kind of Impala before. With muscular design elements and modern styling, this is the10th generation of one of the most popular nameplates. Impala has always been the best-selling sedan in US.

The all new 2014 Chevrolet Impala is truly the pinnacle of performance and innovation. Chevy designers and engineers have really brought in the future and offer a new Impala at a competitive price. Enjoy a host of new technologies such as collision braking, lane departure warning, full speed adaptive cruise control, rear-park assist and rear camera.

Virtual human models and spacious calculator were used to study how the roominess in a vehicle is perceives. These observations were used to design the vehicle interiors. An extensive database of different driver sizes and postures were used to evaluate design concepts. The reflections, blind spots and visibility of objects were studies both inside and outside the car. GM has increased the fore/aft adjustment in the front and added almost two inches of legroom for the driver. The increased knee room, easy to adjust steering wheel as well as 19 cubic feet of trunk space, certainly makes the 2014 Chevrolet Impala much more spacious.

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