Comments - Chevy Previews 2012 SEMA Lineup

Published: Oct 23, 2012
Description: The 2012 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show will open its doors on October 30th in Las Vegas, and GM is planning on making its mark at the tuner expo with a whole mess of customized Ch...
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Caner Ozdemir Oct 25, 2012
Y u no put Silverados/Sierras GM?
Patrick Schalk Oct 24, 2012
Bull don't forget about the new Chevy SS.
Bull Dogone Oct 24, 2012
Based on what I see here (no Camaros, Corvettes ???) I will most likely be skipping right over GM and spending my time at the more exciting Ford and Mopar offerings. They've announced amazing rollouts already. This looks like a white flag for GM.
Caner Ozdemir Oct 25, 2012
I want one, after i get a silverado
Connor Scanlon Oct 24, 2012
Looks a little dodge dart-ish
Davey Edwards Oct 24, 2012
I think he was referring to creating downforce for traction rather than streamlining the car. I hope...
Victor Pitts Oct 23, 2012
Just throw an LS1 in there RWD, and Chevy will reign supreme! Lol! Other then that this thing looks really good. Hopefully they handle as well as the Cruze!
Brian Johnston Oct 23, 2012
Someone doesn't know what a spoiler does. Lol the real question is can it go fast enough to actually need it.
Matt Piccolo Oct 23, 2012
Of Chevy sold the Malibu like this is buy it lol
Rohil Chauhan Oct 23, 2012
The same way a front spoiler works on a rear wheel drive car lol.
Ben Norton Oct 23, 2012
Patrick it can still help with drag cf.
Patrick Droney Oct 23, 2012
How is the spoiler supposed to work on a front drive car?
Morgan Marcella Oct 23, 2012
Wow, look at those rims!
Jordan Smith Oct 23, 2012
Saweet. If only the Malibu was rear wheel drive. Then it'd be a beast.
Thomas Mackey Oct 23, 2012
Why couldn't they do this b4???
Colby Church Oct 23, 2012
Yeah, that's sick. I love it.
Bryan Morell Oct 23, 2012
this Malibu looks pretty good
Description: A pair of Sonic concepts will also debut at SEMA, the first titled the Sonic Z-Spec 1, built with bigger brakes and a power-enhancing exhaust for increased performance, and the Z-Spec 2.5, a tuner-ins...
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Description: With a new 2.0-liter turbocharged engine rated at 259 horsepower, the Malibu concept is quoted for a 0-60 run of 6.3 seconds and a top speed of 155 mph to stand as the fastest Malibu ever to roll off ...
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Patrick Schalk Oct 24, 2012
Justin I agree. A small block V8 with a twin screw supercharger is the best sound ever
Aj White Oct 24, 2012
@Justin Until they bring back a Chevelle option for the Malibu with rwd and a v8, it's turbo all day. I'm still in favor of turbos over superchargers but that would b my preference.
Victor Pitts Oct 23, 2012
I'm soooo glad American companies are using the almighty turbo now! Took them long enough, since the Regal GNX!
Corey Blomquist Oct 24, 2012
breast cancer awareness. Tatas = breasts
Benjamin McCormick Oct 25, 2012
@Thomas...thanks for making me spit out my drink.
Davey Edwards Oct 24, 2012
It's a 2.5 liter non-turbo 4 cylinder and it's only real performance upgrade is bumblebee exhaust. Most of it is superficial and cosmetic. It may look "sporty" but it's still not really competitive with most real sports cars. AKA ricer
Davey Edwards Oct 24, 2012
Provided chevy keeps V8 muscle car heritage in the vette and camaro, I'm all for this. I hate it, but I would rather see Chevrolet ricers than scion ricers
Thomas William Tuer-sipos Oct 23, 2012
Heeeeeroo ritttle caw!!!!
Victor Pitts Oct 23, 2012
That looks like the Forza wing for hatchback cars! Lmao!
Cody Andree Oct 23, 2012
Too bad it's not a civic. So many people would drool over it. But yes.... Very rice
Gurjit Singh Oct 23, 2012
official ricing
Morgan Marcella Oct 23, 2012
I would buy one
Zeus Mocha Oct 23, 2012
It's a sonic with cruze wheels
Ben Norton Oct 23, 2012
I'd probably drive this...
Tashfeen Masood Qayyum Oct 27, 2012
I miss the original behind all this, turbo engines and the design cues, all from SAAB designs and engineering studios. Fk GM
Kevin Carlin Oct 24, 2012
Too bad none of their new models will measure up to these..