*This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of General Motors and Chevrolet. All opinions are 100% mine.
On May, 8th, Chevy introduced the new Impala 2014 which has been completely redesigned. The iconic sedan is now a combination of efficiency and refinement with many entertainment options as well.
The new Impala contains advanced technology which has never been available in this model such as MyLink. With an emphasis on comfort and cutting edge technology including a BOSE sound system, it is like nothing you have ever seen in this Chevy model previously.
We had the pleasure of attending the Chevy Urban Style event at MILK Galleries in order to meet with representatives from General Motors and to get a sneak peak at the new Chevy Impala 2014. It was an amazing experience to check out the Impala’s new features as well as receive demos describing these features from the very designers who came up with them.
The new v-6 Impala has the most powerful motor of all the Impala models and boasts a new and flexible navigation system. It also contains improved suspension to create a more comfortable and safer experience for the driver and all of the car’s passengers. The combination of luxury, style, and functionality is sure to attract many stares.
My husband and I loved the sleek new look of the Chevy Impala 2014 and we enjoyed how modern the dashboard was along with the touch screen which allows for almost completely hands-free entertainment and seamless transitions. As you can see from the photos, we had a hard time pulling ourselves away from the gorgeous new Impala!
Product Review/Giveaway disclosure: I attended an event sponsored by General Motors and Chevrolet in exchange for my opinion and for the purpose of writing this post. No other compensation was received. I only recommend products or services I use personally and I believe will be “family friendly.” I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”