Chevrolet ImpalaWed, 04 Apr 2012
Chevrolet has unveiled its 2014 Impala at this year's New York auto show as the brand continues to reinvigorate its line-up.
The Impala has long and low proportions. On the fascia of the car low-profile projector-beam headlamps flow around the front corners and frame the wide grille, while a power dome sits on the hood. The sides of the Impala have sculpted coves along with a signature cue in the rear fenders, a nod to classic Impala designs.
John Cafaro, director of North America passenger car exterior design, said, "Our design team was challenged to create a new classic, but that didn't mean relying on nostalgia.
"This is very much a contemporary car, with design elements, craftsmanship and attention to detail that complement its advanced technology and performance," he added.
Inside the car the new model features a dual-cockpit interior layout, with the instrument panel moving smoothly into the door panel, while the lighting is designed to convey a sense of ambience. The instrument cluster features a 4.2-inch color display with reconfigurable features, with the eight-inch touch screen being matched with the Chevrolet MyLink system.
Fabric, Ultrasuede and perforated leather appointments are all used within the cabin with the seats designed to provide greater support than before.
Gallery: Chevrolet 2014 Impala