GM product chief Mark Reuss, right, and GM truck executive Jeff Luke after Chevrolet sweeps 2014 North American Car and Truck of the Year awards in Detroit.
Chevy Camaro Z28 new range-topper for GM nameplate coming late-2014.
Corvette Z06 returns in 2014 as supercharged model.
Chevy SS V-8-powered sports sedan links brand's racing program with dealer showrooms.
Chevy Colorado this year addresses underserved small pickup segment.
Chevy Silverado HD bow-tie brand's most capable light-duty pickup.
Chevy Tahoe owners eagerly awaiting updated model due this spring.
Suburban back as one of GM's longest-running nameplates on all-new platform, also coming in spring.
Sileverado launch continues in 2014 with volume availability of all-new, top-trim High Country model.
Chevy Cruze Clean Turbo Diesel sales numbers expected to remain modest, but task of winning new customers large.
Impala also tasked with conquering new customers for Chevrolet in 2014.
City Express underpinned by Nissan small van platform launches in 2014.
Chevrolet's AppShop key new technology product coming this year, along with 4G LTE wireless Internet availability.
Onix key small-car offering for Chevy in Brazil.
New Chevy Tracker voted best-in-class by Brazilian auto journalists.
Sail line will continue as key China offering, GM hopes to expand nameplate's sales in India.
Niva small SUV most popular Chevy in Russia, important redesign expected within 12 months.
“There are a lot of pieces of news coming together that allows us to invite people to come back to Chevrolet,” says Tim Mahoney, chief marketing officer-Global Chevrolet.
Chevrolet has a great line-up but I am disappointed that no attention is being given to their most innovative car- the Volt. Chevrolet must take a long term look at where things are going on fuel and promote this vehicle. We need a Prius!!
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