Who invented the Chevrolet Chevelle?

Answer Chevrolet is a wholly owned subsidiary of General Motors. It introduced the Chevelle in 1964 as a sister ship to the Pontiac Tempest/GTO, Buick Skylark and Oldsmobile 442. The Chevrolet Chevelle wa... Read More »

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1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Specifications?

Chevrolet introduced the Chevelle model in 1964 as a mid-sized automobile. It was produced for 13 years before it was discontinued in 1977 in favor of the 1978 Chevrolet Malibu, which was a redesig... Read More »

Who invented Chevrolet?

Chevrolet Motor Company was founded by Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant. Louis Chevrolet was a popular race-car driver at the time; Durant was a former General Motors executive. The company re... Read More »

Who invented the Chevrolet Camaro?

First introduced in 1966, the '67 Chevy Camaro was actually a group effort. Henry Haga was director of the design group and George Angersbauch headed up the interior design group at the time.Source... Read More »

Who invented Chevrolet cars?

Louis Chevrolet (1878-1941) was the founder of the Chevrolet brand of cars. He learned mechanics from his father, worked for General Motors and drove for the Buick racing team. He founded the Chevr... Read More »