This is a list of vehicles made by Chevrolet.
Vehicles currently not sold in North America
|Current model||Vehicle description|
|Bolt||2017||2017||2021||Battery electric subcompact hatchback jointly developed with GM Korea. Also called the Opel Ampera-e for the European market up to 2020.|
|Cruze||2008||2016||2019||Hatchback version of the Cruze, currently marketed in Latin America. Previously the Cruze has been sold globally, including in Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific markets.|
|Menlo||2020||2020||—||Battery electric compact crossover-styled hatchback/station wagon developed by SAIC-GM for the Chinese market.|
|Onix||2012||2019||—||Subcompact hatchback developed by GM Brasil and SAIC-GM for Latin America and China based on the GEM platform. Sedan version of the Onix.|
|2012||2019||Previous generation of the Onix, sold as the Joy since 2019.|
|Spark||2002||2009||2017||City car developed by GM Korea sold in worldwide markets. The M300 Spark (also called Beat) continued to be marketed in Latin America.|
|Beat||2017||2017||—||Notchback sedan version of the third-generation Spark/Beat city car.|
|Cavalier||1981||2016||—||Compact sedan developed by SAIC-GM sold in China and Latin America. Between 1981 and 2005, the Cavalier name was used for a compact car sold in North America.|
|Cruze||2008||2016||2019||Compact sedan currently marketed in Latin America. Previously the Cruze has been sold globally, including in Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific markets.|
|Malibu||1997||2015||2018||Mid-size sedan mainly sold in North America, South Korea and China.|
|Monza||2019||2019||—||Compact sedan developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM for the Chinese market. Successor to the Cruze.|
|Onix||2012||2019||—||Subcompact sedan developed by GM Brasil and SAIC-GM for the Latin America and China based on the GEM platform. Sedan version of the Onix.|
|2012||2019||Previously sold as the Prisma (sedan version of the Onix), sold as the Joy since 2019.|
|Optra||2003||2014||—||Compact sedan developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM-Wuling and marketed in Egypt and Algeria. Rebadged Baojun 630. The Optra nameplate was also used from 2003 as an alternative name to the Lacetti.|
|Sail||2005||2014||—||Subcompact sedan developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM. Also called the Aveo in Central America to replace the Aveo (T300).|
|Camaro||1966||2016||2018||Pony/muscle car. Available in coupé and convertible body styles.|
|Corvette||1953||2020||—||Mid-engined sports car (front-engine until 2019). Available in coupé and convertible body styles.|
|Colorado||2004||2011||2020||Mid-size pickup truck jointly developed with Isuzu alongside the second-generation Isuzu D-Max. Sold as the Chevrolet S-10 in Mercosur.|
|2003||2011||2021||North American version of the Colorado with revised styling and powertrain.|
|D-Max||2002||2012||2011||Rebadged Isuzu D-Max marketed in select Latin American and African markets.|
|Montana||2003||2011||2021||Coupé utility pickup marketed in Latin America based on the Agile.|
|Silverado||1998||2018||—||Full-size pickup truck mainly marketed in North America, successor to the Chevrolet C/K. Offered as a series of full-size pickup trucks, chassis cab trucks, and medium-duty trucks. Closely related to the GMC Sierra.|
|Blazer||2018||2018||—||Mid-size crossover mainly marketed in North America (two-row), and China (three-row).|
|Bolt EUV||2021||2021||—||Battery-electric subcompact crossover based on the Bolt EV.|
|Captiva||2006||2019||2021||Compact crossover developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM-Wuling. Two-row and three-row options are available. Rebadged Baojun 530, also called the Wuling Almaz and MG Hector.|
|Equinox||2004||2017||2021||Compact crossover marketed globally.|
|GROOVE||Groove||2020||2020||—||Subcompact crossover developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM-Wuling. Rebadged Baojun 510.|
|Suburban||1935||2020||2018||Full-size body-on-frame SUV. An extended-length version of the Tahoe. Closely related to the GMC Yukon XL and Cadillac Escalade ESV. The longest continuously used automobile nameplate in production.|
|Tahoe||1995||2020||—||Full-size body-on-frame SUV. Closely related to the GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade.|
|Tracker||2020||2020||—||Subcompact crossover based on the GEM platform produced in Brazil and China and sold throughout emerging markets.|
|Trailblazer (crossover)||2019||2019||—||Subcompact/compact crossover produced by GM Korea for the South Korean and North American market, and by SAIC-GM for the Chinese market.|
|Trailblazer (SUV)||2001||2012||2016||Mid-size body-on-frame SUV based on the Colorado produced in Brazil for the Latin American market. Previously also produced in Thailand and also sold as the Holden Colorado 7 and Holden Trailblazer.|
|Traverse||2008||2017||2021||Three-row mid-size crossover mainly marketed in North America.|
|Trax||2013||2013||2017||Subcompact crossover developed by GM Korea. Closely related to the first-generation Buick Encore and the first-generation Opel/Vauxhall Mokka.|
|Orlando||2010||2018||—||Three-row compact MPV for the Chinese market. The previous generation was developed by GM Korea, produced in South Korea and sold globally.|
|Spin||2012||2012||2018||Two-row or three-row mini MPV for the South American market, previously also produced and marketed in Southeast Asia.|
|Express||1995||1995||2003||Full-size van sold in North America.|
|N300||2008||2008||—||Small cabover van developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM-Wuling. Rebadged Wuling Rongguang.|
|N400/TORNADO VAN||N400||2019||2019||—||Small van developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM-Wuling. Rebadged Wuling Hongguang V.|
|Heavy commercial vehicles|
|F-SERIES||F-Series||N/A||N/A||N/A||Commercial medium-duty truck developed by Isuzu. Rebadged Isuzu Forward.|
|N-SERIES||N-series||N/A||N/A||N/A||Commercial medium-duty truck developed by Isuzu. Also called "Low Cab Forward" in North America. Rebadged Isuzu Elf.|
|Silverado||2018||2018||–||Medium-duty version of the Silverado that replaces the Chevrolet Kodiak.|
|Introduction (model code)||Update/facelift||Vehicle description|
|Series C Classic Six||1911||1914||1||The first automobile produced by Chevrolet|
|Light Six||1914||1915||1||Full-sized car produced by Chevrolet|
|Series H||1914||1916||1||One of the first automobiles made by Chevrolet under W.C. Durant, GM's founder to compete against Ford Model T|
|Series 490||1915||1922||1||Chevrolet's successful mid-sized car|
|Series F||1917||1917||1||Replaced the Series H|
|Series D||1917||1918||1||The first V8 Chevrolet|
|Series FA||1917||1918||1||Chevrolet's full-sized car|
|Series FB||1919||1922||GM A platform||1||Chevrolet's full-sized car|
|Superior||1923||1926||GM A platform||1||Chevrolet's car based on A platform|
|Series M Copper-Cooled||1923||1923||GM A platform||1||Chevrolet's car based on Superior with air cooling system|
|Series AA Capitol||1927||1927||GM A platform||1||Chevrolet's mid sized car that competed against the Ford Model A|
|Series AB National||1928||1928||GM A platform||1||Chevrolet's mid sized car that replaced Series AA Capitol|
|Series AC International||1929||1929||GM A platform||1||Chevrolet's mid sized car|
|AK||1941||1947||GM A platform||1||Light-duty pickup truck sold in conventional or COE configurations|
|Advance Design||1947||1955||GM A platform||1||Chevy's first major redesign after World War II, as a bigger, stronger, and sleeker design compared to AK Series|
|Bel Air||1950||1981|| GM A platform |
GM B platform
|Chevy's mid-level full-size car for the 1950–1975 in US market and 1950–1981 for Canadian market|
|Townsman||1953||1972||GM B platform||2||Bel Air-based mid level full-size wagon. The first generation was produced 1953–1957, and the second generation was produced 1969–1972|
|Nomad||1955||1972|| A-body |
GM B platform
GM A platform (RWD)
|3||Chevrolet's mid-size station wagon|
|Task Force||1955||1959||GM A platform||1||Replacement for the Advance design, the new design included "wrap-around" windshield, power steering and brakes and 12V electrical system|
|Biscayne||1958||1975||GM B platform||4||Chevy's least expensive level full-size car for the 1950–1972 in US market and 1950–1975 for Canadian market|
|Brookwood||1958||1972||GM B platform||2||Biscayne-based least expensive level full-size wagon. The first generation was produced 1958–1961, and the second generation was produced 1969–1972|
|El Camino||1959||1987|| GM B platform |
|5||Coupé utility/pickup vehicle that was introduced in the 1959 model year in response to the success of the Ranchero pickup|
|Kingswood||1959||1972||GM B platform||2||Impala-based top level full-size wagon. The first generation was produced 1959–1960, and the second generation was produced 1969–1972|
|C/K||1960||1987||3||Chevrolet's long run of full-sized pickup trucks offered in light-duty or heavy-duty configurations with rear-wheel or four-wheel-drive application|
|Corvair||1960||1969||GM Z platform||2||Chevrolet's compact car|
|Greenbrier||1961||1972||2||Chevrolet's van based on Corvair and station wagon based on Chevelle|
|Chevy II / Nova||1962||1988||X-body||5||Chevrolet's compact (1962–1979) and subcompact (1985–1988) car. Nova was the top-line of Chevy II series|
|Chevelle||1964||1977||GM A platform||3||Chevrolet's successful mid-size car produced during 1964–1977|
|Chevy Van||1964||1995||3||Chevrolet's long run van line-up|
|Caprice||1965||1996||GM B platform||4||Chevrolet's most popular full-size car produced during 1965–1996|
|K5 Blazer||1969||1994||3||Chevrolet's smallest full-size SUV version of the Chevrolet C/K family|
|Kingswood Estate||1969||1972||GM B platform||1||Caprice-based top level full-size wagon, added at the range higher than Kingswood, produced during 1969–1972|
|Monte Carlo||1969||2007||GM G platform||6||Chevy's personal luxury coupe produced during 1969–1987 and 1994–2007|
|Vega||1971||1977||GM H platform (RWD)||1||Chevrolet's subcompact car|
|LUV||1972||1988||2||Chevrolet's light pickup truck developed and built by Isuzu|
|Chevelle Laguna||1973||1976||GM A platform||1||The top-line Chevelle series produced during 1972–1976|
|Chevette||1975||1987||T-body||1||Chevrolet's FR layout subcompact car|
|Monza||1975||1980||H-Body||1||Chevrolet's subcompact car|
|Citation||1979||1985||X-body||1||Chevrolet's compact car that superseded Chevy Nova|
|3||Chevrolet's last medium-duty Truck produced until 2009|
|Celebrity||1981||1990||A-body||1||Chevrolet's successful mid sized car|
|Cavalier||1981||2005||GM J platform||3||Chevrolet's compact car replacing Chevy Monza|
|S-10||1982||2004||GMT325||2||Chevrolet's compact pickup truck which was the first domestically built compact pickup of the "Big Three" American automakers|
|Astro||1985||2005||M-van||2||Chevrolet's rear-wheel drive mid-sized van|
|Corsica||1987||1996||L-body||1||Chevrolet's front wheel drive compact car|
|Beretta||1987||1996||L-body||1||Chevrolet's front wheel drive coupe based on the Chevy Corsica|
|GMT400||1987||2000||GMT400||1||Chevrolet's full sized pickup trucks offered in light duty or heavy duty configurations with rear-wheel or four-wheel drive application using GTM400 Platform|
|Lumina APV||1989||1996||U-body||1||Chevrolet's first minivan based on GM U-body|
|Tracker||1989||2004||TA||2||Chevrolet's mini SUV developed and produced by CAMI, a joint venture between GM of Canada and Suzuki|
|Lumina||1990||2001||GM W platform||2||Chevrolet's mid-size sedan replacing Celebrity and Monte Carlo|
|Venture||1997||2005||GMT 200||1||Chevrolet's minivan which replaced Lumina APV|
|Impala||2000||2020||Car||10||Chevrolet's full-size car|
|Avalanche||2001||2013|| GMT 805 |
|2||Chevrolet's six passenger SUT sharing GM's long-wheelbase chassis used on the Chevrolet Suburban and Cadillac Escalade EXT|
|SSR||2003||2006||GMT 368||1||Chevrolet's retractable hardtop convertible pickup truck based on the retro design concept|
|Uplander||2004||2008||GMT 201||1||Chevrolet's last production minivan for North America|
|HHR||2005||2011||GMT 001||1||Chevrolet's retro-style five-passenger station wagon based on front-wheel-drive Delta platform|
|Cobalt||2005||2010||GM Delta platform||1||Chevrolet's compact sedan that replaced the Cavalier|
|Captiva Sport||2006||2015||1||Opel Antara, marketed as Chevrolet Captiva Sport in Americas except Chile.|
|Captiva||2006||2018||1||Was sold in Canada|
|Cruze||2008||2019||2||Chevrolet's compact car based on D2XX platform. Developed by GM Korea.|
|Volt||2010||2019||2||Chevrolet's compact plug-in hybrid car based on D2UX platform.|
|Caprice PPV||2011||2017||GM Zeta platform||1||Chevrolet's full-size car sold only to law-enforcement agencies|
|Sonic||2011||2020||C Body Style||2||Subcompact car developed by GM Korea based on Gamma II platform|
|SS||2014||2017||GM Zeta platform||1||Chevrolet's performance car; only sold in the United States (built and imported on same platform as Australia’s Holden Commodore)|
|City Express||2014||2018||1||OEM of Nissan Vanette NV200; only sold in United States and Canada. Discontinued due to poor sales and incompatible parts.|
|Chevette (South America)|
|Chevy II||Chevy II||Chevy II||Chevy|
|2500 / 3800 / 4100||Commodore|
|Royale / Iran||Senator|
|Chevelle / Malibu||Chevelle / Malibu||Chevelle / Malibu||Malibu|
|350 / de Ville|
|Deluxe||210||210||Biscayne||Bel Air||Bel Air||Bel Air||Bel Air||Bel Air|
|Handyman|| Handyman (2dr) |
|Fleetline||Bel Air||Bel Air|| Bel Air |
|Personal luxury||Monte Carlo||Monte Carlo||Monte Carlo|
|Citation||Corsica / Beretta||Cobalt||Cruze||Cruze|
|Personal||Monte Carlo||Monte Carlo||Monte Carlo||Monte Carlo|
|Note||Sold as a Police Pursuit Vehicle|
|K5 Blazer||K5 Blazer|
|Coupe utility||El Toro|
|El Camino||El Camino||El Camino||El Camino||El Camino|
|Full-size pickup||Advance Design||Task Force||C/K||C/K||C/K|
|Subcompact crossover SUV||Groove|
|Compact crossover SUV||Forester|
|Mid-size crossover SUV||Equinox||Equinox||Blazer/Blazer XL|
|Full-size crossover SUV||Traverse||Traverse|
|Full-size SUV||Grand Blazer|
|Coupe utility||Chevy 500||Corsa||Corsa Utility/Montana/Tornado||Utility/Montana/Tornado|
|Note||Sourced from Opel and Vauxhall Sourced from Daewoo/GM Korea Sourced from Holden Sourced from Suzuki Sourced from Isuzu Sourced from SAIC-GM-Wuling Sourced from other manufacturer|
Chevrolet, colloquially referred to as Chevy and formally the Chevrolet Division of General Motors Company, is an American automobile division of the American manufacturer General Motors (GM). Louis Chevrolet and ousted General Motors founder William C. Durant started the company on November 3, 1911 as the Chevrolet Motor Car Company. Durant used the Chevrolet Motor Car Company to acquire a controlling stake in General Motors with a reverse merger occurring on May 2, 1918, and propelled himself back to the GM presidency. After Durant's second ousting in 1919, Alfred Sloan, with his maxim "a car for every purse and purpose", would pick the Chevrolet brand to become the volume leader in the General Motors family, selling mainstream vehicles to compete with Henry Ford's Model T in 1919 and overtaking Ford as the best-selling car in the United States by 1929 with the Chevrolet International.
The Chevrolet Corvette, colloquially known as the 'Vette, is a two-door, two-passenger sports car manufactured and marketed by Chevrolet across more than 60 years of production and eight design generations. From 1953 to 2019, it was front-engined, and since 2020, it is mid-engined. With its generations noted sequentially from C1 to C8, the Corvette serves as Chevrolet's halo vehicle and is widely noted for its performance and distinctive plastic—either fiberglass or composite—bodywork.
The Chevrolet Camaro is a mid-size American automobile manufactured by Chevrolet, classified as a pony car and also as a muscle car with some versions. It first went on sale on September 29, 1966, for the 1967 model year and was designed as a competing model to the Ford Mustang. The Camaro shared its platform and major components with the Pontiac Firebird, also introduced for 1967.
The Chevrolet Corvair is a compact car manufactured by Chevrolet for model years 1960–1969 in two generations. It remains the only American-designed, mass-produced passenger car with a rear-mounted, air-cooled engine. The Corvair was manufactured and marketed in 4-door sedan, 2-door coupe, convertible, 4-door station wagon, passenger van, commercial van, and pickup truck body styles in its first generation (1960–1964) and as a 2-door coupe, convertible or 4-door hardtop in its second (1965–1969) — with a total production of approximately 1.8 million from 1960-1969.
The Chevrolet small-block engine is a series of V8 automobile engines produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors between 1954 and 2003, using the same basic engine block. Referred to as a "small-block" for its size relative to the physically much larger Chevrolet big-block engines, The small block family spanned from 262 cu in (4.3 L) to 400 cu in (6.6 L) in displacement. Engineer Ed Cole is credited with leading the design for this engine. The engine block and cylinder heads were cast at Saginaw Metal Casting Operations in Saginaw, Michigan.
A transaxle is a single mechanical device which combines the functions of an automobile's transmission, axle, and differential into one integrated assembly. It can be produced in both manual and automatic versions.
The Chevrolet Chevy II/Nova is a small automobile manufactured by Chevrolet, and produced in five generations for the 1962 through 1979, and 1985 through 1988 model years. Nova was the top model in the Chevy II lineup through 1968. The Chevy II nameplate was dropped after 1968, with Nova becoming the nameplate for all of the 1969 through 1979 models. Built on the X-body platform, the Nova was replaced by the 1980 Chevrolet Citation introduced in the spring of 1979. The Nova nameplate returned in 1985, produced through 1988 as a S-car based, NUMMI manufactured, subcompact based on the front wheel drive, Japan home-based Toyota Sprinter.
Super Sport, or SS, is the signature performance option package offered by Chevrolet on a limited number of its vehicles. All SS models come with distinctive "SS" markings on their exterior. The SS package was first made available for the 1961 Impala. Some of the other models bearing the SS badge include the Camaro, Chevelle, El Camino, Impala, Monte Carlo, Nova and Chevrolet Pickup Truck. Current SS models are produced by the GM Performance Division.
The Chevrolet Engineering Research Vehicle (CERV) is a series of Chevrolet experimental cars. Chevrolet Staff engineer, designer, and race car driver Zora Arkus-Duntov started development of the CERV I in 1959, and began work on the CERV II in 1963. Chevrolet chief engineer Don Runkle and Lotus' Tony Rudd discussed creating a new show car to demonstrate their engineering expertise in 1985; It would become the CERV III. Corvette chief engineer Dave Hill unveiled the CERV IV in 1993, a test vehicle for the 1997 C5 Corvette.
Chevrolet Performance is an automotive performance parts brand that sells everything from camshafts and cylinder heads to high-performance crate engines and upgrades for late-model vehicles. It was founded in 1967 to support the Trans-Am Camaro race teams. Chevrolet Performance was formed as a way to support all the various Trans Am teams across the United States, but the brand saw enough of a demand to start selling the high-performance parts to the general public. Today, Chevrolet Performance not only sells performance parts, but also helps develop Chevrolet’s high-performance vehicles and supports teams in nearly every form of automotive racing.
Chevrolet Europe GmbH was a subsidiary company of GM Korea, founded in 2005, with headquarters in Zürich, Switzerland. It provided Chevrolet brand automobiles, most of which were made in South Korea for the European market.
The fifth-generation Chevrolet Camaro is a pony car that was manufactured by American automobile manufacturer Chevrolet from 2010 to 2015 model years. It is the fifth distinct generation of the muscle/pony car to be produced since its original introduction in 1967. Production of the fifth generation model began on March 16, 2009 after several years on hiatus since the previous generation's production ended in 2002 and went on sale to the public in April 2009 for the 2010 model year.
Donald "Don" Frank Yenko was an American car dealer and racecar driver best known for creating the Yenko Camaro, a high-performance version of the Chevrolet Camaro.
The ChevroletCorvair Monza GT was a mid-engined experimental prototype automobile built in 1962 and based on the early model Chevrolet Corvair series. As it was essentially a concept car, the Monza GT did not enter production.
The Chevrolet Aerovette was a concept car created by Chevrolet, beginning life as Experimental Project 882 (XP-882) in the late 1960s. It had a mid-engine configuration using a transverse mounting of its V8 engine. Zora Arkus-Duntov's engineers originally built two XP-882 prototypes during 1969, but John DeLorean, Chevrolet's general manager, canceled the program believing it to be impractical and costly. However, when Ford announced plans to sell the DeTomaso Pantera through Lincoln-Mercury dealers, DeLorean ordered that one XP-882 prototype be cleaned up for display at the 1970 New York Auto Show.
Ford vs. Chevy is a racing video game published by 2K Games and developed by Eutechnyx. It was released on November 9, 2005 for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox.
This is a list of automobiles produced for the general public in the North American market. They are listed in chronological order from when each model began its model year. If a model did not have continuous production, it is listed again on the model year production resumed. Concept cars and submodels are not listed unless they are themselves notable.
Hidden headlamps, also commonly known as pop-up headlamps, pop-up headlights, flip-eye headlamps, hideaway headlights, are a form of automotive lighting and an automotive styling feature that conceals an automobile's headlamps when they are not in use.
The LT-1 is a Chevrolet small-block engine produced by the Chevrolet Division of General Motors between 1970 and 1972. It was available exclusively in the Corvette and Camaro and was produced in relatively small quantities. It is regarded today as one of the greatest of the Chevy small-blocks, an engine that has been in production since 1955.
Clare M. "Mac" MacKichan was an automotive designer and executive with General Motors (GM). He is best known for designing or overseeing the design of several significant models for the Chevrolet division in the United States and Opel in Germany.