Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Updated 2014 Chevy Impala Emblem

Updated 2014 Chevy Impala Emblem
ELIZABETH CITY, NC- We shared with you at the beginning of this month that the 2014 Chevrolet Impala Production Begun, which means we will soon welcome the refashioned sedan to our lot. It's no secret that the newest Impala underwent a major facelift for 2014, including an updated 2014 Chevy Impala Emblem! To match the refreshed styling and crisp lines featured on the new Chevy model, the Chevrolet Impala Emblem was updated for the first time in almost 20 years!

A classic in Chevrolet history, the long-horned, silver African antelope Impala emblem has actually only been changed a few times during its presence on Chevy Impalas over the past five decades! In fact, the original Chevrolet Impala Emblem was pretty much untouched for the first 30 years. It wasn't until the automaker decided to revive the nameplate in 1994 that the emblem was transformed from its static look to a more sculpted, fluid look. The latest refashion stays true to the traditional oval around the animal, but incorporates a focus on muscle, agility, and speed. In line with the goals for the 2014 Chevrolet Impala, emblem matches the vehicles efforts to portray an elegant simplicity with crisp lines and a sleek, muscular stance.

Present on the rear top panels on both sides of the vehicle, the updated 2014 Chevrolet Impala Emblem almost didn't make the cut on the vehicle's exterior. However, the 204 Impala wouldn't be the same without it. Come take the completely redesigned 2014 Chevrolet Impala for a spin when it arrives on our lot, you'll be blown away! Or take a look at the current 2013 Chevy Impala Brochure available at your Chevy Dealership Serving Raleigh, NCPerry Auto Group has two dealership locations to serve you better at 1005 W. Ehringhaus St, Elizabeth City, NC, 27909 or 1001 Halstead Blvd Elizabeth City, NC 27909. Give us a call  with any questions at (252) 338-9100.

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