The Impala is not only one of Chevrolet’s most historical trucks, but one of America’s, in addition. For decades, it set the universal in comfort and cost, and was even considered to stem the American muscle car. First debuting in the 1958 model year, the Impala began as a high end Bel Air. It’s success as a long, wide, and luxurious family sedan forced Chevy to split it into its own model, growing what was soon to be America’s best selling full size car. Over the years, the Impala has made many specific styling affects with its wild rear ends and iconic grilles.
Join us as we move through each year that the Impala was produced, mentioning when and the way new trends, new engines, and new looks were born. This is The Complete History of the Chevrolet Impala.