The Classic Six was the first car to bear the Chevrolet name after William Durant and Louis Chevrolet came together to found a company building cars
Franco-American automotive designer, best known as co-founder of the Chevrolet Motor Car Company, now a part of General.
Louis Chevrolet Franco-American automotive designer, best known as co-founder of the Chevrolet Motor Car Company, now a part of General Motors (GM).
Louis Chevrolet is behind the wheel at Indianapolis in 1915 with Joe Boyer as mechanic. His brothers Arthur and Gaston are on the far right.
Louis Chevrolet crossing the finish line as the winner behind the wheel of a Buick in the Cobe Trophy
Louis Chevrolet (December 1878 – June was a Swiss-born American race car driver of French descent, founder of the Chevrolet Motor Car Company in and a ...
It is super neat to see old Chevrolet ads from the past. Car advertising has changed a lot over time!
CHEVROLET HISTORY - LEARN MORE IN PLEASANTON, TEXAS. As one of the most famous automobile brands in America ...
Lack of much formal early education was no deterrent to Louis, he rapidly learned car design while working for Buick and those innate skills, ...
Louis Chevrolet died in 1941, fourteen years before the introduction of the landmark 1955 Chevy and the 265 Chevy small-block V-8.
... Louis Chevrolet and Mr. Murphy testdriving the first completed Chevrolet on West Grand Blvd, ...
The long-accepted version of how Chevrolet got its Bowtie logo is that company co-founder William C. Durant saw the motif on the wallpaper of a Parisian ...
SHOW STOPPER Dinah Shore inspired a generation of Chevy buyers with her "See the U.S.A." ad campaign.
60+ years later, the venerable engine and the Chevrolet brand remains hugely popular among car and truck buyers and even more so, racers.
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Bill Jenkins had engineering training at Cornell University, but the call of drag racing led him to build winning Chevy drag racers for over 50 years.
Louis Chevrolet (circled, left) was among early Chevrolet Motor Car Company employees watching as the first Chevy paused for photos in 1913.
Chevrolet's bestselling models in Europe in 2013: Spark, Cruze, Aveo, Trax (clockwise from top left)