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History of Chevy Cars
It was introduction on November 3, 1911, Chevrolet has produced more than 200 million trucks and cars. At the time of its founding, a century ago, 270 American automobile manufacturers existed with huge competition. Today, hardly 4 of them continue to exist: Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac and Ford. (The GMC Truck brand additionally debuted in 1911, with its first offer in 1912).
Here is a history of the Chevrolet brand.
1911: Race car driver Louis Chevrolet and GM GM founder William C. “Billy” Durant founded the Chevrolet Motor Company in Detroit on November 3.
1912: Louis Chevrolet’s Classic Six model, $ 2,150, a high end-overall performance, 6-cylinder luxury version hits the streets of Detroit.
1913: Louis Chevrolet joins Billy Durant, leaving behind the right to produce cars with his name. The Chevy’s Bowtie logo, designed under the auspices of Durant, appears for the first time in an advertisement.
1914: The first car with the Chevrolet Bowy logo appears. It’s the Royal Mail Roadster.
1915: The model 490 Chevrolet is released as a model of 1916 with a price of $ 490. The first Chevy “at a reasonable price” puts Chevrolet in direct competition with the model T. Henry Ford.
1916: Billy Durant, expelled from General Motors in 1910, regains control of the company he founded.
1918: Chevrolet presents its first truck, based on the model 490 chassis. Also this year, Chevrolet becomes part of General Motors.
1924: A Chevrolet factory opens in Copenhagen, Denmark. This is Chevy’s first factory outside of the United States.
1927: Chevrolet overtakes Ford for the first time with sales of more than one million vehicles.
1929: The beginnings of the Chevrolet 6. It is called “a six for the price of a four” because the main American competitors of the time only offered four-cylinder engines at almost the same price.
1934: Chevy presents the independent front suspension “knee action” in its Master Series 1935. It is a revolutionary engineering for a car “with price”.
1935: Chevrolet presents the Suburban Carryall, the original SUV. He invents a new segment. Currently, the name Suburban is the longest continuous nameplate in the industry.
1942: the production of civil Chevrolet’s ceases due to the war effort. The production of military trucks continues.
1945: production of Chevrolet civilian cars resumes.
1948: launch of the new “Advance Design” truck, the first new Chevrolet truck before the Second World War. This classic will finally become the design inspiration for Chevy SSR 2003-2006.
1950: Chevrolet becomes the first automaker to offer an automatic transmission in a low-priced American car when the Powerglide transmission debuts in the 1950s.
1953: Corvette debuts with the first fiberglass body of regular production in the industry.
1954: The 50 millionth General Motors car is a 1955 Chevrolet Bel-Air.
1955: Chevy’s legendary Chevy V8 debuts in the new 1955 Chevrolet. The Cameo Carrier truck, a gentleman’s truck, also debuted with its exclusive and elegant cargo box.
1956: Dinah Shore, the one of the first woman to provide her very own television show, concludes her commencing show by means of singing “See the us In Your Chevrolet.” The tune then closes every show.
1957: The 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air becomes an American icon. In addition, Chevy introduces the optional fuel injection in some Chevrolet and Corvettes, the first for a US production car, while Chevrolet trucks offer four-wheel drive for the first time.
1958: Launch of the Impala identification plate.
1959: The pickup based on the car El Camino debuts in the chassis of the Chevrolet sedan. The Corvair model also arrived in 1959 as a 1960 model. This is the first and, to date, the only American car with a six-cylinder air-cooled engine in the rear.
1962: The Beach Boys registers “4-0-9”, an ode to Chevys driven by the V8 of 409 cubic inches of the brand.
1963: The debut of the now legendary Corvette Sting Ray Split-Window Coupé. The only model of the year for the design of the divided rear window, the car is highly coveted today by collectors.
1964: The beginnings of the Chevelle. It is an “intermediate” car division between the full-size Chevrolet and the compact Chevrolet.
1967: Beginnings of Camaro. That’s Chevrolet’s response to the Ford Mustang.
1970: The 450 horsepower Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 arrives. Today, it is considered by some car enthusiasts as the best muscle car in history. Also this year, the “luxury personal coupe” Monte Carlo makes its debut. Its 6-foot-long hood ensures its reputation as a car with the longest hood in Chevrolet’s history.
1975: Birth of the advertising campaign “Baseball, Hot Dogs and Apple Pie” Chevy.
1979: The Chevrolet number 100 million is built, a 1979 Monza.
1983: This year is significant for what was missing: a Corvette model year in 1983. The all-new C4 Corvette would debut in the fall of 1982 as a 1983 model, but production delays prevented the car from taking off. to tilt until January 1983, then Chevy named it the 1984 model. 1983 is the only model year without Corvette since the appearance of the legendary icon in 1953.
1986: Launch of the “Heartbeat of America” advertising campaign.
1988: Chevy’s first full-size pickup truck since 1973 arrives with a new “extended cab” body style.
1991: Chevrolet trucks launch a new advertising campaign based on Bob Seger’s song “Like A Rock”.
1992: The millionth Corvette is built.
2009: The 638-horsepower Corvette ZR1 is the fastest and most powerful production car in GM history, a distinction it retains today.
2010: The Chevy Camaro arrives, which was abandoned after the 2002 model year, and then the Ford Mustang.
2011: The beginnings of the “extended” Chevrolet electric car. In addition, the Chevrolet brand celebrates its 100th anniversary on November 3, 2011.