More About Chevrolet
Chevrolet is General Motors’ biggest subbrand which directly rivals brands such as Toyota, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, and Kia in the US market. The Brand has a presence in more than 130 countries across the globe with multiple products ranging from the small city car Spark, the sportier Chevrolet Camaro, the performance injected Chevrolet Corvette and the family size SUV Chevrolet Suburban to the full-sized pickup the Chevrolet Silverado.
- Most Fuel-Efficient - Chevrolet Bolt
- Most Popular - Chevrolet Corvette
- Best Selling - Chevrolet Silverado
- Lowest Priced - Chevrolet Spark
Chevy molds most of its SUVs and cars surrounding the North American market while developing a new lineup of SUVs and crossovers for its young and enthusiastic consumer profile. The most exclusive example of such a vehicle is the 2020 Chevrolet Equinox SUV. Made for the enthusiastic and young generation the vehicle delivers performance wrapped with practicality as a core of the brand’s vision towards making cars.
General Motors the largest car manufacturer in the US uses the Chevrolet badge to manufacture the most affordable and entry-level segment cars. The brand remains heavily popular for providing the most technologically updated and user-friendly means of transportation. Chevrolet cars host an amazing driving experience that lures buyers and is positioned as a colorful brand in their minds.
Chevrolet in recent times has made some makeshift plans to introduce more fuel-efficient and hybrid electric drive options in its entire lineup in North America and plans to achieve its target by the end of the year. The 2020 Chevrolet cars look nimble on style, adequately powered, efficient and pack better ruggedness. The brand has always made cars considering every purse and purpose.
The company started its journey as "Chevrolet Motor Car Company", with time the company through reverse merger established into a sub-brand of General Motors. Chevrolet brought a lot of expertise and engineering for making vehicles and establish General Motors as a family car company that ruled the heart of every American.
What was the "First" Chevrolet car? Chevrolet cars have been running generations carrying its heritage and love since it started making cars in 1912. The first car into "production" was the Chevrolet Type C or the Classic Six or was known as the "Chevrolet" car since it was the only offering from the car manufacturer at the time.
The carmaker joined the competition in the market with the cross-town rival, Ford in offering capable cars that have survived over the years and still enjoy the most independent attention of the market. The brand since its beginning has been fast and curious about new technology and developing new cars that satisfied the American "Hearts". Chevrolet has the most "brand-loyal customers" across the states for their contribution and dedication to manufacturing automobiles.
The brand remained a significant contributor in the Automotive world with the introduction of some of the earliest technologies in the past such as the independent suspension setup that improved ride and handling comfort in the vehicles. The brand has been smart in reading the market condition and launching vehicles ahead of its time, one such example is the Chevrolet Camaro and the Chevrolet Corvette.
The Chevrolet Camaro and Chevrolet Corvette are the most profitable decisions by Chevrolet. Together, both of them account for more than 15% of the total sales figures. Both these vehicles are going strong in competition with their rivals Ford, Toyota, Nissan, and Honda.
Vision for 2020
Chevrolet has been working on already established vehicles such as 2020 Chevrolet Silverado and the muscular 2020 Chevrolet Tahoe. These cars have remained the cash cow for the brand and with its 2020 uplift version, the prospect in the market seems to be getting better for the US manufacturer.
The company's growing focus is to develop sustainable products for the market and passenger cars. The distinctiveness of the US consumer does not affect the repute of the brand. It has an impressive lineup of crossover, sedan, wagon, and hatchback.
The Brand remains optimistic for its SUVs and Crossover that has reversed a higher growth rate in recent years. The Company's most ultimate offering among SUVs is the 2020 Chevrolet Equinox or the Chevy Equinox, a versatile small SUV with a lot of adventure elements.
With the Japanese manufacturers ousting the "affordable" tag from the brand, It seems that Chevrolet remains in power with its brand value and innovative vehicle lineup that suits every need. Recently the company revealed its "first electric SUV" the 2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV, the first all-electric vehicle with an affordable price tag of $40,000. The recently launched 2020 Chevrolet Blazer accorded a new avatar of the historical two-door SUV introduced back in 1969.
The company is planning to collect $6 billion in cash by the end of 2020 of which more than 70% will come from cost-cutting. Chevrolet plans to reduce costs by reducing the salary and staff by up to 25%. In 2019 Chevrolet also stopped production and sold many of its overseas businesses to attain the goal. Chevrolet plans to seize the production of some of its cars such as Chevy Volt and Chevy Cruze and production plants to be moved from Detroit-Hamtramck to other global locations.
Chevrolet is a responsible brand that has taken a lot of initiatives as a part of its CSR initiatives to tackle carbon generation. The company plans to bring down the global carbon emissions ratio by bringing greener and efficient mobility options and adopting sustainable methods of productions. The company has taken greater steps to introduce products that largely bring down carbon footprints. The company sticks to its commitment of spending $40 million annually that goals to prevent 8,000,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide entering into our atmosphere.
The car manufacturer partnered with NGOs and government institutions to support weatherize 5,000 lower-income family buildings as a step to achieve this. Apart from it Chevrolet actively initiated a lot of actions such as electric mobility and hybrid vehicles, greener and more sustainable production methods that will directly impact its vision to reduce the carbon footprints. The brand recently showcased its participation in making driverless autonomous cars for safer American roads.