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Chevrolet Is Debuting This 2019 Camaro SS in Eye-Searing Shock Yellow at SEMA

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - At this year's SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, Chevrolet will debut a new shade of neon paint called Shock Yellow on the newly refreshed 2019 Camaro SS coupe. Chevy says that the new color will be available on the Camaro in early 2019 along with Crush, Riverside Blue Metallic, Shadow Gray Metallic, and Satin Steel Gray Metallic.

The 755-HP Chevrolet Corvette ZR1’s LT5 is Now Available as a Crate Engine

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - At first glance, the Chevrolet Chevelle Laguna shown here looks a little too tame for SEMA. It’s clearly been carefully restored and tastefully modified, but that’s about it.

The Cost of Going Further: Long-range Nissan Leaf Carries a Premium, Has Sights Set on GM

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Nissan did Leaf fans a favor when it upped the model’s driving range to 151 miles for 2018, a healthy increase from the previous generation’s 107 miles. Still, 151 miles falls well short of the industry’s nice-sounding gold standard of 200 miles – the figure to beat (or at least reach) for most automakers.

Chevrolet Performance Expanding Crate Options for Project Cars

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Chevrolet is responding to Dodge’s introduction of a Hellcat-based crate engine intended for project cars that absolutely have to produce an obscene amount of horsepower. The “Hellcrate” was introduced last year, making 707 hp, for the low price of $19,530 – which actually sounds kind of expensive when you say it out loud.

Lyft has a new fixed-price subscription plan for frequent passengers

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Lyft wants you to save money by using rideshare services instead of owning a car. The new Lyft All-Access Plan monthly rideshare trip subscription includes 30 rides a month with a small discount for additional trips.

IndyCar: Ed Jones to Pilot New Scuderia Corsa/Ed Carpenter Racing Entry in 2019

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Rumors of a Scuderia Corsa IndyCar entry have been confirmed as true. The popular sportscar team will partner with Indianapolis-based Ed Carpenter Racing to run 13 of 17 races in the series next season.