After nearly a full decade on the market, Chevrolet will be launching a completely new Impala for the 2014 model year. And it plans to start at the upcoming 2012 New York International Auto Show.
The skin of the new Impala remains hidden for now, minus the teaser shot above, showing a well-sculpted C-pillar and the familiar Impala logo, which has managed to survive all these years. Several powertrain and technology features have been rumored for the new car, but we’re just going to have to wait and see for sure as to what Chevy has planned for the full-size car segment.
The Chevrolet Traverse large crossover will also receive an update for the 2013 model year, with the interior teased via the photo above. And while the interior will get its fair share of updates, the sheetmetal will also see a few changes.
The 288-horsepower 3.6L V6 powertrain is expected to stay as the crossover’s only engine offering, but it should be joined by a newer, smoother transmission . On the flip side, the rest of the world outside of North America will begin receiving a diesel-powered SUV that is the new TrailBlazer.
In addition to the new Impala and Traverse, Chevrolet plans on displaying the Malibu Eco, Spark, the Tru 140S and Code 130R concept vehicles and Corvette 427 Convertible complete with the 60th Anniversary Edition package.
Expect more to be announced during the 2012 New York International Auto Show next week.