Chevrolet Reveals Chevelle-Inspired Sketch For 2-Door Sports Car

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The Chevrolet company has a long history with sports and muscles, especially with its iconic Camaro and Corvette models that have yet to hit an expiration date in their popularity. Although the automaker finds itself in a bit of a sales slump due to the events surrounding the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, the latest C8 Corvette, received great success. The carmaker will hopefully stay on this high with its next Z06, which is set to be revealed in a matter of months. A new idea that the company’s design team has been recently playing around with is the development of another two-door model, though this still remains just a conception.

There is supposed talk in all directions regarding the prospect and last Sunday (May 23), the American automaker revealed a sketched version of what could be.

General Motors (GM) Design revealed its image of what seems to be a modern Chevelle on Instagram. Brian Malczewski, who has projects for the GMC Hummer truck and SUV, was responsible for drafting this concept. However, surprisingly enough, this drawing has apparently been around 2014. One shouldn’t be too surprised by the complete lack of production or physical conception, as coupes have seen a decrease in popularity for automakers, and even more so for sedans.

The question is whether or not this Chevrolet sketch has some prominent design elements that we’ve seen on other production models? The answer to that is yes, with the best example being the front grille. It has a strong resemblance to that of the latest Blazer, which was released in 2019. The Chevrolet Chevelle, which seems to be the inspiration of the GM’s latest design, was produced from 1964 to 1978 and was one of the company’s best-selling models.

Around the time of the late 1960s, the Chevelle became a muscle car and had a choice of V8s. While the probability of the nameplate making a resurgence isn’t all that high, it’s not fair to write it off completely. Besides, GM is just not getting its feet wet onto what will be a long and perhaps neverending era of electric vehicles. We can only guess what future models and names will be launching in the years to come.

In the meantime, this two-door model lives as a concept sketch, and will hopefully grow to be so much more. It’s exciting to see how particular styling features, like the notable grile, may end up on a production model from a completely different segment.

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Rather than waiting around for GM’s latest concept vehicle, why not opt for another fast-paced, speedy and sexy sports car from the brand? Miami Lakes Automall is selling the 2021 Chevrolet Corvette C8. 

It has a starting MSRP of $59,995, (plus destination fee), and also involves incredible features like leather-covered/8-way power-adjustable seats, keyless entry/ignition, dual-zone climate control, configurable 12-inch digital instrument cluster, rear parking sensors, mechanical limited-slip differential, LED headlights, and a removable body-colored roof panel.

Those who are interested in this model or any of our other Chevrolet vehicles can simply view our online new car inventory and chat with a representative for further assistance.

Photo Source/Copyright: Shutterstock via photographer Tony Savino; General Motors

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