With the death of the Chevy SS/Holdon Commodore SS-V, one can only wonder what GM has in store for the future. Chevy still produces the Camaro, but there seems to be a gap missing. It seems quite useless to be producing the Impala and Malibu, cars with a muscle heritage unfortunately turned into FWD gas sippers. This begs the question, will one of these return to its RWD V8 roots? I think the Impala is a good candidate, and it is pretty good looking. Perhaps they can develop this car with more intense lines, the ability to be easily modified, and market it to the public. This was unfortunately the demise of the SS in America. As for the Malibu, they can keep it in its current form for people wanting an economy sedan.
I know this thread is very speculative, but I just want to hear other people’s opinions because I’m a huge GM performance fan and it’s a shame seeing it winding down to just a few cars. However, I am aware the oil prices means less gas guzzlers.