Efficiency meets performance. And with technologies like Direct Injection and available stop/start technology, you and your friends just might want to take the long way in this full-size car.
This feature enhances regular Cruise Control. The Cruise Control speed is automatically adapted in order to maintain a driver-selected gap between the vehicle and vehicles detected ahead while the driver steers, reducing the need for the driver to frequently brake and accelerate.
Automatic on/off feature helps illuminate your way when needed, and turns off headlamps automatically when you don't.
Hidden, turned-down tip.
Thoroughly modern with a nod to classic lines, Impala was designed to impress. That impression continues inside the spacious cockpit that seats five adults comfortably and features premium chrome and woodgrain accents that make driving together an actual experience.
Keep your eyes on the road with Siri Eyes Free available for compatible iPhone® users. The system enables hands-free interaction for composing important messages on the go.
With phone connectivity, your Chevrolet Infotainment System touch-screen display takes on the look and function of your smartphone. Seamlessly access your texts, music, maps and more while keeping your eyes on the road.
Have directions sent straight to your Chevrolet Infotainment System through Turn-by-Turn Navigation, or send directions from your mobile device to Turn-by-Turn Navigation using your myChevrolet Mobile App.
Chevrolet vehicles offer some of the latest airbag technologies, with many vehicles offering 10 standard airbags. A 360-degree smart sensor system, available on select models, ensures optimal airbag deployment and is able to adjust inflation according to the severity of a collision. An industry-first front center side-impact airbag deploys to the inboard side of the driver seat to add a layer of protection between driver and passenger and is available on Chevrolet Traverse, Suburban and Tahoe.
Chevrolet utilizes high-strength steel and other alloys in our vehicle structures in order to maximize protection without sacrificing weight, performance and efficiency. These safety cages help absorb and channel crash impact energy and direct it away from the cabin and its occupants. Restraint systems including seat belts, the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Top Tethers for Children) system and airbags help to reduce the risk of injury in a collision.