We've featured Chris Pauwels' outstanding work on Autoblog before, and he's at it again, having sketched out what he believes the upcoming Impala will look like when all is said and done. Based on rumors and inside information he and the good folks at TheGMSource.com were able to dig up, Pauwels' sketch shows a lot of new Camaro in the front end, and a rear that features three stacked taillights on each side, à la the '67 model, albeit with a modern twist.
Last week brought the best spy shots of the 2008 Malibu to date. We're pretty encouraged by what we've seen so far, which is much better than the boring rental-fleet staple that currently wears the moniker. Today, The GM Source has published a Chris Pauwels sketch (above) of what it's believed the next-gen Malibu will look like once it loses its anti-spy camo for good. Pauwels' work, readers may remember, last graced Autoblog when we published the 2008 CTS rendering he did for The GM Source. Acc
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