2020 Chevrolet Lineup by Alex Rose

2020 Chevrolet Lineup

 

2020 Chevrolet Model Lineup

  • Bolt EV
  • Camaro LS & LT
  • Malibu
  • Sonic
  • Spark
  • C8 corvette

First the Bolt EV that goes 0-60 in 6.5 The 2020 Chevy Bolt is an all-electric hatchback with a long driving range, spacious cabin, and affordable price tag. Capable of traveling up to 259 miles on a single charge and starting at less than $40,000, the Bolt attempts to make EVs more accessible to everyone.

Second  the Camaro LS & LT 

What is the Camaro LT, You might ask? 

It is a combination of a 2.0L turbocharged engine and combines it with a tailored suspension package derived from the other 1LE models to offer track-capable performance.

If you are confused at the difference then I will tell you.

You get a rear vision camera on both the LT and the LS. Both trim levels come standard with 10 airbags at the front, knees, sides, and roof rails to protect you and your passengers in an accident. The LS includes standard daytime running lights (DRL), while the LT steps up to LED DRLs.

 

 

Next the Chevy Malibu

With the standard engine, you will be able to go 481 miles on the highway or 403 miles with combined driving. Picking a model with the upgraded 2-liter engine lets you go 521.4 miles with highway driving or 410.8 miles with combined driving thanks to the larger fuel tank. 

And more technical facts 

The front-drive 2019 Malibu is powered by a base 1.5-liter turbo-four that produces 163 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. Now backed by a CVT, the EPA’s fuel economy rating is 29/36 mpg city/highway (better than last year’s 27/36 mpg).

Furthermore the Chevy Sonic 

The Sonic has a 0-60 time of 8.5 seconds, which may seem slow, but  out did the competition. Bigger isn’t always better. Totally tech-savvy and available as a stylish Sedan or head-turning Hatchback, the 2020 Sonic offers remarkable fuel efficiency and plenty of punch from the standard ECOTEC 1.4L turbocharged engine. Along with nimble handling, you’ll find lots of space inside where it really counts. 

Another hatchback has entered the ring

The Spark struggled from 0-60 mph in 10.7 seconds and needed 7.6 seconds to go from 50 to 70 mph, which simulates passing at highway speeds. Other than that sad speed it is a basic hatchback

 

Last but certainly not leased the C8 Corvette

2020 C8 Chevy Corvette’s official 0-60 mph time: 2.9 seconds. 

With the Z51 package, the Corvette is said to hit 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. A base Corvette completes the same task in 3.0 seconds flat, according to Chevrolet. The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 made its debut to the world July 18, 2019. It’s the first mid-engined Corvette in history, which means it’s a big deal for a variety of reasons. We’ve spilled a lot of ink about this new-generation Corvette, so check out our comprehensive coverage of this revolutionary new model. 

 

 

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