Malibu Hybrid

Chevrolet Sedans Lose Weight, Increase Efficiency


There are roughly 30,000 parts in the typical automobile and we’re reimagining all of them for greater efficiency.

Our engineers are developing vehicles powered by non-traditional sources like electricity and hydrogen that dramatically reduce emissions and petroleum use. But, as the vast majority of vehicles on the road today are powered by gas, we’re also improving their efficiency through advanced technologies that reduce weight and improve their fuel economy.

Chevrolet Leads Expertise in Electrification

Brand introduces four new electric vehicles in 2015
Press Release

DETROIT, June 24, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Chevrolet is bringing electric vehicles to the masses. The brand is committed to providing technology solutions that simplify customers’ lives and make driving fun.

Chevrolet has made a significant commitment to electrification for consumers around the world, as witnessed by the introduction of the 2016 Volt, Malibu Hybrid, FNR Concept and production commitment to the Bolt EV.

5 Ways Chevrolet Made 2016 Malibu Segment’s Lightest

Approximately 300-lb weight reduction enhances efficiency, driving dynamics
Press Release

DETROIT, June 18, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Engineers developing the 2016 Chevrolet Malibu put the new midsize sedan on a strength-training program, making it sweat out a pound here and a gram there, in a quest to make it more fuel efficient, stronger and safer.

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