Well... this is news. To those of you who care, anyway. SHR joins Ford in 2017, with engines by Roush Yates. Assuming no lineup changes, this includes the #41 of Kurt Busch, the #4 of Kevin Harvick, the #10 of Danica Patrick and the #14 of Clint Bowyer.
The 2017 GM car VIN decoder is up, and lo and behold, the SS and Caprice are still listed. Engine options have not changed, though (so no LT1 for the SS).
Tooling around with the face of the SS. Any good? I also added German plates because that automatically increases the sexiness of a car 10 fold.
The SS doesn't sell too well, since it's not marketed anywhere near enough, and priced too high. These ten cars are insanely better value, and also insanely better. Aston DB9, Maserati Quattroporte, or Acura NSX, anyone?
...and my previously positive opinion of the car has grown even more positive.
Apparently, the 2015 Chevrolet SS is getting five new colors that are already offered on the Holden Commodore. I googled some pics of VF Commodores in all five colors:
Now that the Chevrolet SS has won a championship, will we finally see it in a showroom?
She currently has a Hyundai Tucson (too miserable to post a picture) and wants more power and a car instead of an SUV. I'm in car recommendation heaven! If anyone has any other options that you might suggest, I would like to pitch them to her so she has a few cars to pick from. Also, thanks Automatch for the post; it…
That SS looks pretty good at turn one.
It will go on sale eventually, right? It's mid-September.
General Motors will offer the Chevrolet SS in Mystic Green, but I have not found any images of this color. Has anyone seen a picture of a Mystic Green Chevrolet SS?
There can only be one.
Yes, for the first time ever, a woman will lead a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race to the green flag as Danica Patrick wins the pole for the Daytona 500. of course, plate qualifying isn't really about the driver as much as it is about the team, so that's really not her accomplishment so much as it is Crew Chief Tony…