Chevrolet Car: History, Interesting Facts and Common FAQs About Models

Chevrolet is an American automobile division of the manufacturer General Motors. The company was founded in 1911 by Louis Chevrolet, Arthur Chevrolet, and William C. Durant. Chevrolet produces and sells a wide range of vehicles, from subcompact automobiles to medium-duty commercial trucks.

However, this American brand sells very few cars these days and instead focuses on SUVs and pickup trucks. At least two legendary sports cars remain—the Camaro and Corvette. Chevrolet also offers the all-electric Bolt and SUV-like Bolt EUV (electric utility vehicle).

Upcoming EVs include the Silverado EV, midsized Blazer EV, and the small Equinox EV. In terms of new car reliability, Chevrolet has two above-average models, the Trailblazer and Blazer, and the Corvette improved to average. But as a whole, Chevrolet ranks among the less reliable brands.

Common Queries About Chevrolet Car Models