Looks pretty damn good, no? We think so, too. The wing-shaped (or bowtie-shaped, if you prefer) enclosure on the upcoming 2014 Chevrolet Impala Eco‘s front fascia really does seem to work, especially as we see it completely undisguised on Motor Trend’s website with a set of LED daytime headlights.
So, what can we expect underneath that aerodynamic hood? It would be a 182 hp and 172 lb-ft eAssist powertain that features a 2.4L Ecotec engine coupled with a small battery to provide electrical assistance and ease up on gasoline dependence. Will we see 36 mpg highway out of the Impala Eco like we do out of the similarly proportioned Buick LaCrosse? It wouldn’t surprise us if Impala engineers are able to wring out another mile per gallon or two when the official numbers arrive.