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Corvette Racing, America’s premier sports car racing team, returns to Le Mans in France on the weekend of 14/15th June with the aim of adding to their unique winning tally in the world’s toughest motor race. Since 2001, Corvettes have won the GT1 sports car class five times and have a heritage at the track dating back almost half a century. The 2008 Le Mans 24-Hours continues to see the GT1 category as one of the most competitive arenas, with the Corvette C6.R (Corvette 6th generation, Racing) cars set to do

Chevrolet today announced pricing for the 2009 Aveo lineup – including the redesigned Aveo5 five-door hatchback – begins at $12,120 (including a $660 destination charge) for Aveo LS and Aveo5 LS, making it one of the most affordable cars on the market. It costs hundreds less than many competitors and comes standard

On June 9th and 10th, the newly opened European Design Centre in Rüsselsheim, Germany, will exceptionally show some of its secrets to the winners of the Pan European Applied Art competition Young? Creative? Chevrolet!. The competition was created last year to create synergies and opportunities between the brand and young talents. At the beginning of this year, 11 students of applied arts, from all over Europe, were awarded the first prizes of

The national phase of the arts contest “Young Creative Chevrolet!” has been completed whereby all photography works by arts students centred on the SUV Chevrolet Captiva where exhibited at the Chevrolet showroom in Nicosia on 3rd June, and the winners were announced. The jury of 6 members that selected the three winners consisted of people from professional photography, communication, journalism and Chevrolet. The young artists participating in the contest were photography students und

The first of this year’s WTCC street races brought another large helping of points to the Chevrolet team. Nicola Larini finished in second in the second race, while Rob Huff scored a fourth and a fifth place finish. Alain Menu finished a distant 10th in race 1 after he had been shunted off on the first lap, while he crashed out in race 2. The first race was run in dry conditions, but was red-flagged halfway through the first lap when another competitor ran into Menu, sending both cars in a spin which blocked t

As a further demonstration of its commitment to fuel cell technology, General Motors handed the keys to four Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell vehicles to a group of key government partners who are participating in Chevrolet's Project Driveway - the largest-ever market test of fuel cell-electric vehicles. More than 100 electric vehicles, powered by hydrogen fuel cells, are being placed in the hands of drivers in New York, California and Washington,

New Epica on sale now From 13,595 on-the-road Choice of 2.0-litre engines – six-cylinder petrol or four-cylinder diesel Incredible levels of standard equipment Introducing the car that’s big on the outside, big on the inside and massive on value! The new Chevrolet Epica is now available in the UK, and offers all of the space, equipment and comfort you’d expect to find on an executive saloon, but for the price of a compact hatchback. S

New Aveo on sale now from 7,695, replacing Kalos Fuel consumption and CO2 emissions reduced Stylish looks and upmarket interior To be built in Europe from summer 2008 It may be small, but Chevrolet’s new Aveo is big on value, big on style and big on quality. The newcomer replaces the Kalos in the Chevrolet lin

The second race of the FIA GT Championship, at the Monza circuit, ended in a glorious victory for Christophe Bouchut/Xavier Maassen with the no. 3 Corvette C6.R of the Belgian Selleslagh Racing Team (SRT). As a result, the French/Dutch combination now leads the championship. Bouchut/Maassen started the 2-hour race from the first row and crossed the finish line with a lead of approximately 25 seconds on the runners-up. “The entire weekend was just perfect,” said Maassen. “Our team chose the perfect race strate

It already has a reputation for offering superb value for money, but the Chevrolet Captiva has just got even more affordable thanks to the addition of a new entry-level diesel model. At £18,295, the new five-seater Captiva 2.0 VCDi LS is £1,900 cheaper than Kia’s base model Sorento, over £2,000 less expensive than the cheapest diesel Nissan X-Trail, and more than £3,500 less pricey than the five-seat Hyundai Santa Fe 2.2 CRTD GSi. Yet despite the bargain price tag, the latest Captiva doesn’t skimp on

Chevrolet Europe will present the Kalos’ successor at the Frankfurt Motor Show (13 to 23 September 2007). The most significant features of this completely reworked model are its striking exterior, its high-class interior and a new, even more efficient petrol engine. Like its notchback stable mate, the new hatchback model will now bear the Aveo name throughout Europe. Sales will start in March 2008. The Aveo hatchback sports Chevrolet’s new design features, as characterised by the big hori

Get comfortable. There’s so much new and exciting with the 2008 Corvette that you’ll want to grab a hot drink, sidle up to your computer screen and absorb all the details. The changes involve everything from an all-new, larger and more powerful V-8 engine to refinements in driving characteristics that solidify the Corvette’s position as the preeminent American sports car – and further the argument that it is one of the world’s best. There are also a host of exterior and interior ref