Chevrolet high performance sports sedan: the 2014 Chevy SS
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THE 2014 CHEVROLET SS

In late 2013, Chevrolet will add an all-new sport sedan to its already impressive performance car lineup with the debut of the 2014 Chevrolet SS. The Chevrolet SS is the first rear-wheel-drive sedan to enter the Chevrolet portfolio in 17 years. Engineered for performance enthusiasts seeking an exhilarating driving experience while providing luxurious space, comfort and convenience for up to five adults, this V8 sedan will also serve as Chevrolet’s winning entry in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series™. The Chevrolet SS debuted at Daytona International Speedway® on Saturday, February 16, 2013, and will begin arriving in showrooms late this year.

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Design Aesthetic

The design aesthetic for the Chevrolet SS is elegantly athletic. Strong, contemporary yet refined shapes are sculpted with restrained sensitivity from the muscular rear-wheel drive proportions. Flowing lines begin at the aggressive front fascia and integrated HID headlamps that flow into a sleek mid-section and give way to a tapered rear that helps to manage airflow. Bulging pronounced fender flares and its low wide stance divulge its high-performance underpinnings.

Polished aluminum alloy 19" x 8.5" front wheels up front and 19" x 9" wheels in back wrapped in ultra-high performance summer only tires plant its athletic stance, emphasizing its rear-wheel-drive capability.

Restrained, but muscular, the Chevrolet SS is a sophisticated machine.

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  • 1 2 Summer performance tires should not be used for driving in winter conditions. Doing so will adversely affect vehicle safety, performance, and durability. An alternate tire should be used in winter conditions. Summer-only tires tend to wear faster and are more susceptible to damage from road hazards or curb impact than standard profile tires. Use only GM-approved tire and wheel combinations. Unapproved combinations may change the vehicle's performance characteristics. For important tire and wheel information, go to gmaccessorieszone.com or see your dealer for details.