Report: Chevy SS is getting a manual and magnetic ride suspension
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Nibbling away at the powerful sedan offerings from Europe, Chevy’s 415-horsepower, 415-ft-lbs rear wheel drive sedan will be getting a stick and parts of the suspension setup out of the Corvette. As may make some sense, GM is interested in releasing this news themselves at a later date, and not now.

Why does this matter so much? It’s been almost 20 years since Chevy offered a reasonably powerful rear wheel drive sedan, and even more years since they offered one with a worthwhile interior. Though it may not match the offerings coming out of Europe in this department, it comes damn close and will likely tempt quite a few buyers with its relatively low $43,475 entry fee, brand coordination with this year’s NASCAR Sprint Cup series and colors such as those indicated in the photographs above. With the new offerings listed above, expect to see throngs of these leaving rubber on a road near you.

-By: Sawyer Sutton

Source: Autoblog


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