With the all-new Chevrolet Impala expected within the next year or so, it was only a matter of time before spy shots found thier way online. What we see from the photos ties in to what our sources have shared with us, in that the new Impala will be based on the same platform as the new Chevrolet Malibu, Buick Regal, LaCrosse and Cadillac XTS.
This means that it will be front-wheel-drive-based, lining it square with the Ford Taurus in terms of competitive likeness. And while we can’t make out much of the body due to the extensive use of camo, we’re told that the new Impala’s appearance will resemble the design language of the
new Malibu Camaro, which we are fond of.
The interior spy photos also reveal a new steering wheel, while sharing similar Chevy interior traits, such as the retro-inspired gauge cluster, a touchscreen that will presumably feature Chevy MyLink, and a blurred face of some unsuspecting engineer. Look for engine variants to be as small as 2.0 turbocharged liters, and as big as perhaps a twin-turbo V6. An eAssist setup is most likely in the cards as well. And if RWD sedans are more your thing, sources tell us you won’t be disappointed down the road. For a full gallery, visit the source link below.
Source: Motor Trend