Chevrolet's South Korean division is now taking orders for the US-built Impala available with two engines.
Chevrolet's South Korean division is now taking orders for the US-built Impala.
Manufactured at GM's Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly plant, the Impala full-size sedan is available in South Korea with two engine choices: a four-cylinder 2.5-liter SIDI and a beefier V6 3.6-liter SIDI. The model comes with a plethora of equipment including power-folding mirrors, rain-sensing wipers, fuel-fill cap locking and standard navigation. It also gets a bespoke instrument cluster and an electronic toll collecting system while heated rear seats, rear audio controls and a 220V power outlet are also on the menu.
The KDM-spec Impala is offered with Apple's CarPlay so the owner will be able to access an iPhone straight from the car's touchscreen display. Moreover, the driver will have the possibility of making calls, sending & receiving messages, as well as listening to music from the infotainment’s touchscreen or by voice through Siri.