We drive the new Chevy family sedan, which atones for the sins of its smallish predecessor while heaping on lots of tech.
2016 Chevy Malibu
The new 2016 Chevy Malibu can be had for as little as $22,500 in base L trim, undercutting the price of last year's model and much of the competition.
General Motors shows off its Front Pedestrian Braking system, a low-cost driver aid to be introduced on the redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Malibu.
We sit down with General Motors executive vice president Mark Reuss to get the lowdown on all things product. He's optimistic about the 2016 Chevy Malibu and Cadillac CT6, and he thinks the ATS-V will "flame the M3 and M4." And that's just the tip of the iceberg.
We curate news and notes from the floor of the New York Auto Show, with a focus on how the Continental name inspired Lincoln's designers.
Perhaps recognizing that style is integral to the success of a mid-size sedan, Chevrolet has redesigned its Malibu, giving it much more expressive sheet metal.
Chevrolet has redesigned the Malibu in a bid to recapture some the success of its iconic predecessors. It debuts at the New York Auto Show.
Chevrolet says the next-generation will offer a proper hybrid version using technology from the 2016 Volt, and is expected to return a combined 45 mpg.
Chevy didn't take the easy route when it came to developing the upcoming all-new Malibu, and has given us a sneak peek at the new sedan ahead of its New York debut next month with this video shot during its development.
Chevrolet is bringing an all-new Malibu to the New York Auto Show and is previewing it in this teaser image.
A report in Automotive News says Chevrolet honchos are "hustling" to have a new Malibu ready in a year. Mark Reuss, General Motors' head of global product development, is quoted as saying it will have "groundbreaking design" and "groundbreaking technology," and global design head Ed Welburn said the next Malibu's design will "make a significant statement" with "a very passionate design."