List of Chevrolet vehicles

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This is a list of vehicles made by Chevrolet.


Current production vehicles

     Vehicles currently not sold in North America

ModelCalendar year
Current modelVehicle description
2019 Chevrolet Bolt EV - April 2019 (3138) (cropped).jpg
Bolt 201720172021Battery electric subcompact hatchback jointly developed with GM Korea. Also called the Opel Ampera-e for the European market up to 2020.
Chevrolet Cruze J400 hatch 001 China 2017-04-06.jpg
Cruze 200820162019Hatchback 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.
Chevrolet Menlo EV 002 (cropped).jpg
Menlo 20202020Battery electric compact crossover-styled hatchback/station wagon developed by SAIC-GM for the Chinese market.
Chevrolet Onix II front Brazil.jpg
Onix 20122019Subcompact hatchback developed by GM Brasil and SAIC-GM for Latin America and China based on the GEM platform. Sedan version of the Onix.
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20122019Previous generation of the Onix, sold as the Joy since 2019.
Chevrolet Spark GT 1.2 LS 2018.jpg
Spark 200220092017 City car developed by GM Korea sold in worldwide markets. The M300 Spark (also called Beat) continued to be marketed in Latin America.
2019 Chevrolet Spark LS (M400 facelift), front 3.2.20.jpg
SPARK (M400)
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Beat 20172017Notchback sedan version of the third-generation Spark/Beat city car.
2018 SAIC-GM-Chevrolet Cavalier, front 8.8.18.jpg
Cavalier 19812016 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.
2019 Chevrolet Cruze berline (SIAM 2019).jpg
Cruze 200820162019Compact sedan currently marketed in Latin America. Previously the Cruze has been sold globally, including in Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific markets.
2019 Chevrolet Malibu (facelift) LT, front 10.19.19.jpg
Malibu 199720152018Mid-size sedan mainly sold in North America, South Korea and China.
Chevrolet Monza RS 001 (cropped).jpg
Monza 20192019Compact sedan developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM for the Chinese market. Successor to the Cruze.
2021 Chevrolet Onix Sedan 1.0 Premier Turbo (Colombia) front view.png
Onix 20122019Subcompact sedan developed by GM Brasil and SAIC-GM for the Latin America and China based on the GEM platform. Sedan version of the Onix.
Chevrolet Prisma 1.4 LTZ 2019 (48856180188) (cropped).jpg
20122019Previously sold as the Prisma (sedan version of the Onix), sold as the Joy since 2019.
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Optra 20032014Compact 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.
Chevrolet Sail 1.5 LT 2016.jpg
Sail 20052014Subcompact sedan developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM. Also called the Aveo in Central America to replace the Aveo (T300).
Sports car
Chevrolet Camaro 2.0 Turbo (cropped).jpg
Camaro 196620162018 Pony/muscle car. Available in coupé and convertible body styles.
Chevrolet Corvette C8 Stingray blue.jpg
Corvette 19532020Mid-engined sports car (front-engine until 2019). Available in coupé and convertible body styles.
Pickup truck
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Colorado 200420112020Mid-size pickup truck jointly developed with Isuzu alongside the second-generation Isuzu D-Max. Sold as the Chevrolet S-10 in Mercosur.
Cruz Bay -- Red share taxi (Chevrolet Colorado).jpg
200320112021North American version of the Colorado with revised styling and powertrain.
Chevrolet Dmax 2.5 TD High 4x4 2015 (15225961531) (cropped).jpg
D-Max 200220122011Rebadged Isuzu D-Max marketed in select Latin American and African markets.
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Montana 200320112021 Coupé utility pickup marketed in Latin America based on the Agile.
2020 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 High Country, front 10.25.20.jpg
Silverado 19982018Full-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.
SUV /crossover
2019 Chevrolet Blazer RS 3.6L, front 8.18.19.jpg
Blazer 20182018 Mid-size crossover mainly marketed in North America (two-row), and China (three-row).
2022 Chevrolet Bolt EUV (Canada) front view.png
Bolt EUV 20212021 Battery-electric subcompact crossover based on the Bolt EV.
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Captiva 200620192021 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.
2017 Chevrolet Equinox front 5.27.18.jpg
Equinox 200420172021Compact crossover marketed globally.
GROOVE Groove 20202020Subcompact crossover developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM-Wuling. Rebadged Baojun 510.
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Suburban 193520202018Full-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.
2021 Chevrolet Tahoe High Country, front 12.24.20.jpg
Tahoe 19952020Full-size body-on-frame SUV. Closely related to the GMC Yukon and Cadillac Escalade.
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Tracker 20202020Subcompact crossover based on the GEM platform produced in Brazil and China and sold throughout emerging markets.
2021 Chevrolet TrailBlazer RS AWD, front 7.11.20.jpg
TRAILBLAZER (crossover)
Trailblazer (crossover) 20192019Subcompact/compact crossover produced by GM Korea for the South Korean and North American market, and by SAIC-GM for the Chinese market.
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Trailblazer (SUV) 200120122016Mid-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.
Chevrolet Traverse 3.6 Premier AWD 2018.jpg
Traverse 200820172021Three-row mid-size crossover mainly marketed in North America.
2018 Chevrolet Trax LT 1.4L front 3.15.19.jpg
Trax 201320132017Subcompact crossover developed by GM Korea. Closely related to the first-generation Buick Encore and the first-generation Opel/Vauxhall Mokka.
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Orlando 20102018Three-row compact MPV for the Chinese market. The previous generation was developed by GM Korea, produced in South Korea and sold globally.
Chevrolet Spin 1.8 LTZ 2019.jpg
Spin 201220122018Two-row or three-row mini MPV for the South American market, previously also produced and marketed in Southeast Asia.
2019 Chevrolet Express 2500 Cargo Regular Wb WT observe (cropped).jpg
Express 199519952003Full-size van sold in North America.
Chevrolet N300 Max 2011 (14506758049).jpg
N300 20082008Small cabover van developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM-Wuling. Rebadged Wuling Rongguang.
N400/TORNADO VAN N400 20192019Small van developed and manufactured by SAIC-GM-Wuling. Rebadged Wuling Hongguang V.
Heavy commercial vehicles
F-SERIES F-Series N/AN/AN/ACommercial medium-duty truck developed by Isuzu. Rebadged Isuzu Forward.
N-SERIES N-series N/AN/AN/ACommercial medium-duty truck developed by Isuzu. Also called "Low Cab Forward" in North America. Rebadged Isuzu Elf.
2019 Chevrolet Silverado 2WD Crew Cab dump truck, front left.jpg
Silverado 20182018Medium-duty version of the Silverado that replaces the Chevrolet Kodiak.
ModelCalendar year
Introduction (model code)Update/facelift Vehicle description
Current model

Past models

North America

ModelIntroducedDiscontinuedPlatformsGeneration(s)Vehicle description
1912 Chevrolet Series C Classic Six.jpg Series C Classic Six 191119141The first automobile produced by Chevrolet
1914 Chevrolet Light Six.jpg Light Six 191419151Full-sized car produced by Chevrolet
1914-chevrolet.jpg Series H 191419161One of the first automobiles made by Chevrolet under W.C. Durant, GM's founder to compete against Ford Model T
1922 Chevrolet 490 Touring.jpg Series 490 191519221Chevrolet's successful mid-sized car
Series F 191719171Replaced the Series H
1918 Chevrolet Series D V-8.jpg Series D 191719181The first V8 Chevrolet
1918 Chevrolet Baby Grand FA5.jpg Series FA 191719181Chevrolet's full-sized car
Series FB 19191922 GM A platform 1Chevrolet's full-sized car
1924 Chevrolet Truck.jpg Superior 19231926 GM A platform 1Chevrolet's car based on A platform
Chevrolet copper-cooled.png Series M Copper-Cooled 19231923 GM A platform 1Chevrolet's car based on Superior with air cooling system
1927 Chevrolet AA Capitol Tourer.jpg Series AA Capitol 19271927 GM A platform 1Chevrolet's mid sized car that competed against the Ford Model A
Chevrolet Coupe Typ AB BW 2011-09-03 13-54-37.JPG Series AB National 19281928 GM A platform 1Chevrolet's mid sized car that replaced Series AA Capitol
1929 Chevrolet International AC Coupe (23536676310).jpg Series AC International 19291929 GM A platform 1Chevrolet's mid sized car
1946 Chevrolet pickup (18009133313).jpg AK 19411947 GM A platform 1Light-duty pickup truck sold in conventional or COE configurations
Chevrolet 3100 (1952) - 9503284327.jpg Advance Design 19471955 GM A platform 1Chevy's first major redesign after World War II, as a bigger, stronger, and sleeker design compared to AK Series
Chevrolet (4935617034).jpg Bel Air 19501981 GM A platform
GM B platform
7 (US)
8 (Canada)
Chevy's mid-level full-size car for the 1950–1975 in US market and 1950–1981 for Canadian market
1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Townsman.jpg Townsman 19531972 GM B platform 2Bel Air-based mid level full-size wagon. The first generation was produced 1953–1957, and the second generation was produced 1969–1972
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle Nomad.jpg Nomad 19551972 A-body
GM B platform
GM A platform (RWD)
3Chevrolet's mid-size station wagon
1959 Chevrolet Apache.jpg Task Force 19551959 GM A platform 1Replacement for the Advance design, the new design included "wrap-around" windshield, power steering and brakes and 12V electrical system
Chevrolet Biscayne Coupe (Orange Julep).JPG Biscayne 19581975 GM B platform 4Chevy's least expensive level full-size car for the 1950–1972 in US market and 1950–1975 for Canadian market
1972 Chevrolet Brookwood (3834554549).jpg Brookwood 19581972 GM B platform 2Biscayne-based least expensive level full-size wagon. The first generation was produced 1958–1961, and the second generation was produced 1969–1972
Chevrolet El Camino -- 03-24-2012.JPG El Camino 19591987 GM B platform
5Coupé utility/pickup vehicle that was introduced in the 1959 model year in response to the success of the Ranchero pickup
1969 Chevrolet Kingswood.jpg Kingswood 19591972 GM B platform 2Impala-based top level full-size wagon. The first generation was produced 1959–1960, and the second generation was produced 1969–1972
1970 Chevrolet C10 Fleetside.jpg C/K 196019873Chevrolet's long run of full-sized pickup trucks offered in light-duty or heavy-duty configurations with rear-wheel or four-wheel-drive application
'69 Corvair Monza.jpg Corvair 19601969 GM Z platform 2Chevrolet's compact car
1964 Chevrolet Greenbrier front.jpg Greenbrier 196119722Chevrolet's van based on Corvair and station wagon based on Chevelle
1988 Chevrolet Nova liftback when new, front left.jpg Chevy II / Nova 19621988 X-body 5Chevrolet's compact (1962–1979) and subcompact (1985–1988) car. Nova was the top-line of Chevy II series
1977 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu Classic Landau Coupe, front left.jpg Chevelle 19641977 GM A platform 3Chevrolet's successful mid-size car produced during 1964–1977
Flickr - DVS1mn - 83 Chevrolet Beauville (2).jpg Chevy Van 196419953Chevrolet's long run van line-up
1995 Chevrolet Caprice Classic sedan, front left side.jpg Caprice 19651996 GM B platform 4Chevrolet's most popular full-size car produced during 1965–1996
1979 Chevrolet K5 Blazer Cheyenne.jpg K5 Blazer 196919943Chevrolet's smallest full-size SUV version of the Chevrolet C/K family
1970 Chevrolet Kingswood Estate.jpg Kingswood Estate 19691972 GM B platform 1Caprice-based top level full-size wagon, added at the range higher than Kingswood, produced during 1969–1972
2006-2007 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS.jpg Monte Carlo 19692007 GM G platform 6Chevy's personal luxury coupe produced during 1969–1987 and 1994–2007
1971 Chevrolet Vega Coupe.jpg Vega 19711977 GM H platform (RWD) 1Chevrolet's subcompact car
Chevrolet Luv 1600 1978 (14946596329).jpg LUV 197219882Chevrolet's light pickup truck developed and built by Isuzu
1974Laguna.JPG Chevelle Laguna 19731976 GM A platform 1The top-line Chevelle series produced during 1972–1976
1978 Chevrolet Chevette four-door at 2015 Macungie show 1of3.jpg Chevette 19751987 T-body 1Chevrolet's FR layout subcompact car
Chevrolet Monza.JPG Monza 19751980 H-Body 1Chevrolet's subcompact car
Chevrolet Citation II front.jpg Citation 19791985 X-body 1Chevrolet's compact car that superseded Chevy Nova
4x4 Kodiak.jpg Kodiak 19802009GMT530
3Chevrolet's last medium-duty Truck produced until 2009
1986 Chevrolet Celebrity 2.5.jpg Celebrity 19811990 A-body 1Chevrolet's successful mid sized car
1st Chevrolet Cavalier sedan.jpg Cavalier 19812005 GM J platform 3Chevrolet's compact car replacing Chevy Monza
1992 Chevrolet S-10 Tahoe.jpg S-10 19822004GMT3252Chevrolet's compact pickup truck which was the first domestically built compact pickup of the "Big Three" American automakers
Chevrolet Astro 001.JPG Astro 19852005M-van2Chevrolet's rear-wheel drive mid-sized van
91-93 Chevrolet Corsica.jpg Corsica 19871996 L-body 1Chevrolet's front wheel drive compact car
89 Beretta GT.jpg Beretta 19871996 L-body 1Chevrolet's front wheel drive coupe based on the Chevy Corsica
'88-'90 Chevrolet C-K 3500.jpg GMT400 19872000GMT4001Chevrolet's full sized pickup trucks offered in light duty or heavy duty configurations with rear-wheel or four-wheel drive application using GTM400 Platform
1990-93 Chevrolet Lumina APV.jpg Lumina APV 19891996 U-body 1Chevrolet's first minivan based on GM U-body
Geo-Tracker-4door.jpg Tracker 19892004TA2Chevrolet's mini SUV developed and produced by CAMI, a joint venture between GM of Canada and Suzuki
2nd Chevrolet Lumina 1.jpg Lumina 19902001 GM W platform 2Chevrolet's mid-size sedan replacing Celebrity and Monte Carlo
01-05 Chevrolet Venture.jpg Venture 19972005 GMT 200 1Chevrolet's minivan which replaced Lumina APV
2014 Chevrolet Impala LTZ -- 2012 NYIAS 2.JPG Impala 20002020Car10Chevrolet's full-size car
Chevrolet Avalanche Z71 Black Diamond Last Edition 2013.jpg Avalanche 20012013 GMT 805
GMT 900
2Chevrolet's six passenger SUT sharing GM's long-wheelbase chassis used on the Chevrolet Suburban and Cadillac Escalade EXT
Chevrolet SSR (1).jpg SSR 20032006 GMT 368 1Chevrolet's retractable hardtop convertible pickup truck based on the retro design concept
Chevrolet Uplander LWB.jpg Uplander 20042008 GMT 201 1Chevrolet's last production minivan for North America
2007ChevroletHHR-001.jpg HHR 20052011 GMT 001 1Chevrolet's retro-style five-passenger station wagon based on front-wheel-drive Delta platform
Chevrolet Cobalt Coupe.jpg Cobalt 20052010 GM Delta platform 1Chevrolet's compact sedan that replaced the Cavalier
Opel Antara 2.0 CDTI front 20100516.jpg Captiva Sport200620151Opel Antara, marketed as Chevrolet Captiva Sport in Americas except Chile.
Chevrolet Captiva LT 2.2 D 2WD Travel Edition (Facelift) - Frontansicht, 10. September 2012, Velbert.jpg Captiva 200620181Was sold in Canada
Chevrolet Cruze J300 sedan China 2012-04-14.jpg Cruze 200820192Chevrolet's compact car based on D2XX platform. Developed by GM Korea.
2016 Chevrolet Volt NAIAS 2015 trimmed.jpg Volt 201020192Chevrolet's compact plug-in hybrid car based on D2UX platform.
ChevroletCapricePPV-01.jpg Caprice PPV 20112017 GM Zeta platform 1Chevrolet's full-size car sold only to law-enforcement agencies
2017 Chevrolet Sonic LT sedan front 4.28.18.jpg Sonic 20112020C Body Style2Subcompact car developed by GM Korea based on Gamma II platform
2014 Chevrolet SS front.png SS 20142017 GM Zeta platform 1Chevrolet's performance car; only sold in the United States (built and imported on same platform as Australia’s Holden Commodore)
2015 Chevrolet City Express LS front.jpg City Express 201420181OEM of Nissan Vanette NV200; only sold in United States and Canada. Discontinued due to poor sales and incompatible parts.

Concept cars

Experimental cars


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Chevrolet Camaro Type of muscle car manufactured by Chevrolet

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Chevrolet Corvair Compact automobile

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Chevrolet small-block engine Car engine

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Chevrolet Chevy II / Nova Motor vehicle

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Super Sport (Chevrolet)

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Chevrolet Corvair Monza GT Motor vehicle

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Chevrolet Aerovette Motor vehicle

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Chevrolet LT-1 Motor vehicle engine

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