When Chevy unveiled the 2014 Impala at the 2012 New York International Auto Show last week, the presentation didn’t only mark the complete transformation of its sedan lineup, but it also revealed the brand’s new corporate face. The dual-port grille split by the Chevy emblem is no more; in its place is a single upper grille boldly displaying the Chevy logo.
At this point, we can only assume that the new design of the fascia on the Impala will permeate the entire Chevy lineup in the future. But we know that many were huge fans of the outgoing dual-port design aesthetic, so we have to ask: is this a welcome design revision in your book? Let’s talk it up in the comments!