One of the things that they teach in driving school is that whenever you get into the car, one of the first things you should do is wear your seat belt. However, all of us are probably guilty of not doing that at some point during our driving careers, but Chevrolet is hoping to crack down on such bad habits.
Chevrolet has rolled out an update for its mobile app with a new “vehicle locate” feature which does exactly what the name suggests. The feature allows the user and up to 10 designated people to keep an eye on the car’s location. The feature does not allow for constant tracking of the vehicle, though, much like Uber’s Trip Tracker does for example.
You can build anything with the right Lego bricks. That’s something that Chevrolet set out to prove with its latest marketing stunt. The company has made a full-size replica of its latest Silverado truck with nothing but Lego bricks. It obviously won’t be able to haul your cargo but it does look pretty cool.
Chevrolet wants those who own its vehicles to be able to do a lot more using the car’s infotainment system than just using it for navigation and controlling music playback. Its new Marketplace service allows them to pay for coffee ahead of time and even make restaurant reservations. Now, it will enable them to pay for gas from inside their car itself. Chevrolet has teamed up with Shell for this […]
With cars these days becoming smarter and increasingly connected, what this means is that it will require an internet connection if it were to get all the information it requires, or the information that users request from it. Data plans for cars sounds like it could a rather novel idea, but it has been done before.
An announcement made a couple of weeks ago revealed that GM and Lyft would be working together to help create self-driving cabs. The idea is that it will use the company’s Chevy Bolt models as its base and thanks to the folks at SpiedBilde, it seems that the testing of these vehicles is already well underway.
[CES Asia 2016] There is one thing about conceptual cars, and then there are is another concerning prototypes of such concepts that actually work. The Chevrolet FNR concept which was first introduced at the Shanghai auto show last year certainly drew its fair share of wows and gasps from whoever that laid their eyes on it, and the Chevrolet FNR has made yet another appearance at CES Asia 2016. The […]
Chevrolet showed off a couple of new cars that stole the show at the New York Auto Show. The 2017 Camaro ZL1 had the spotlight for all the right reasons but what impressed most people was the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 convertible. It may not have precisely the same performance edge as the hardtop but there will be many who buy the car based on the way it looks, and it […]
Chevrolet has long been an American household name where cars are concerned, and back in the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Chevy Malibu was one of the faces of teen rebellion. Well, if we were to fast forward to today, the 2016 model of the Chevy Malibu is a whole lot more technologically advanced, and it will be more of a family sedan than a muscle car, but the […]
Chevrolet has announced today that its dealers in the country now have the software to update 8 inch MyLink systems to Android Auto in select 2016 model year vehicles. Customers can only get this update through Chevy dealers so they will have to take their car in whether they like it or not. Owners of 2016 model year Chevrolet vehicles will soon receive communication on how to receive the free […]
About a year ago Chevrolet showed off a new concept all-electric vehicle aimed for the masses, it was confirmed late last year that the car would enter production in the near future. At CES 2016 last week, the company unveiled the production version of the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt electric car and today at the Detroit Auto Show it has revealed the car’s battery and electric motor specifications, details that many […]
Over a year ago Chevrolet unveiled the Bolt electric vehicle concept, the idea was to make a compact all-electric car which would be cheap and yet provide a respectable amount of range on a single charge. At CES 2016 the company has unveiled the production version of the 2017 Bolt electric vehicle, it promises a 200-mile range on a full charge at a relatively affordable price.
Chevrolet has confirmed that it’s going to sell a limited number of units of the Trax “Midnight Edition” small crossover come February next year. Betsy Flegg, senior marketing manager for Chevy Crossovers, says that this particular vehicle is proving to be in high demand since dealers have started ordering units sight unseen.
It looks like those of you who would want to distance yourselves from the Volkswagen diesel deception scandal, and yet want a diesel ride, might be able to check out the 2016 Chevrolet Colorado diesel, where its fuel ratings are said to be rather impressive. We are talking about 22 mpg in the city and 31 mpg on the highway for rear-wheel-drive versions, whereas the four-wheel-drive diesel models picked up […]