While we first reported on just when we can expect the next generation Chevrolet Impala and its engines, our sources were a little vague on what kind of technology and equipment we will see in the vehicle when it launches in 2013 as a 2014 model. Thankfully, more deets have made their way to them interwebs, and from what Automotive News is saying, we can expect the new Impala to at least feature more standard equipment and upscale finish than the all-new 2013 Malibu, though it’s still too far off to really narrow down exactly what kind of features we will see.
Additionally, the higher content in the full-sized Impala will push the price tag of the vehicle up as well, further distinguishing itself from the mid-sized Malibu. Currently, the Ford Taurus — the vehicle the new Impala is expected to rival — starts at $25,555 while the current generation Impala starts at $24,495.
Source: Automotive News