The Chevrolet Impala returns for '00, but on a front-wheel-drive platform not rear-wheel-drive, and without an SS version — as yet. “We're looking now at what to do to the Impala,” says John Moss, manager of special vehicles for General Motors Corp. “Let's just say that the Impala SS is a work in progress,” he says. “We're looking at the total package with some similar styling cues from the old SS ('94-'96). “And we're looking at the engine, too,” he adds, a reference to the fact SS ...

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