2017 Chevy Bolt EV Earlier this month, Chevrolet announced that it would be making its long-range, economy electric vehicle, the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV, available nationwide for the first time ever, either in stock on dealer lots or available for ordering to the dealership. That means you can now get a new Bolt EV here at Landmark Chevrolet. Through August 30 of this year, Chevrolet has sold 12,249 Bolt EVs since it first went on sale in December of last year, and it has been quite the success story. In fact, the 2017 Chevy Bolt EV has won almost 40 independent awards, meaning it is the most-award EV of 2017. Awards include the 2017 North American Car of the Year, the Motor Trend® Car of the Year, and the Green Car of the Year® by Green Car Journal, as well as the 2017 Top Safety Pick distinction from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). The 2017 Chevy Bolt EV starts at $37,495, but that’s ahead of federal tax incentives that can reach $7,500, plus additional tax breaks and incentives. “It’s been everything I had hoped!” remarked Brian Ro of Columbia, Maryland, one of the very first Bolt EV owners in the world. “The CUV-styling fits my family of four just fine, and the EV performance and 200-plus mile range simply can’t be beat at this price point.” Learn more about the 2017 Bolt EV at Landmark Chevrolet.Chevrolet FNR-X Concept Car Chevrolet raised eyebrows at Auto Shanghai recently, where it unveiled its brand-new crossover, the Chevrolet FNR-X concept car, with one of the most aggressive and cool designs anyone has seen in quite a while. The FNR-X is a plug-in hybrid concept model, with Chevy calling it an “all purpose sports” car — an idea we’re happy to get behind. Boasting excellent fuel efficiency, powerful performance, and top-notch styling, who wouldn’t want to get behind the wheel of this concept car? The vehicle is tricked out with wheel blades that automatically adjust to the vehicle’s speed to reduce drag, as well as two driving modes that alter the ride height and various driver characteristics. If that weren’t enough, the interior looks straight out of the future. Currently, we have no idea whether or not the Chevrolet FNR-X concept car could ever go into mass production, but we’ll keep our fingers crossed. If nothing else, we like what this suggests for the future of Chevy vehicles. To learn more about everything Chevrolet has in the works or to check out a currently available Chevy model, visit us anytime at Landmark Chevrolet, and we’d be happy to set you up on a test drive! Image from Car and Driver

Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R

The race-ready Camaro GT4.R lobs a new salvo of horsepower into the pony car war https://t.co/dfGB0mDm8k

— Digital Trends (@DigitalTrends) March 13, 2017

The sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro boasts a lower weight, more powerful engines, and a streamlined design that make it perfect for the track. Chevrolet has officially announced that a new Camaro race car will be hitting the track very soon. The Camaro GT4.R boasts a whole host of performance-driven features designed to make it an absolute monster on the track.

The Camaro GT4.R is based on the already-speedy ZL1. A race-tuned 6.2-liter LT1 V8 engine comes mated to a six-speed Xtrac transmission with paddle shifters. Two-way adjustable Ohlins Racing coil-over dampers, a large rear wing, and front end with a splitter and dive planes are just a few of the features added to further increase the performance of the beast. The track-oriented model has garnered attention from professional racer Jeff Gordon. Gordon, who recently took home a win in the Rolex 24 behind the wheel of the Cadillac Dpi-V.R, posted about the car on social media. “Just found the next race car I want to drive,” he wrote. Whether Gordon will get behind the wheel of the new Camaro race car has yet to be seen. No matter who is behind the wheel, the GT4.R is bound to leave competitors in its dust.  
We here at Landmark Chevrolet can’t wait to see what this monster of a Camaro can do on the track!