2021 Chevrolet Vehicles Lineup is About to Buzz the US Automotive Market

Chevrolet has undoubtedly seen good years, but U.S. sales are still strong. With a reach of 2,036,023 vehicles during 2020, Chevrolet still has more than 10 percent of the market – 11.75 for sure. This makes it the seventh-largest brand in the world. By model, Chevrolet’s sales champion again is the Silverado pickup line, of which 585,581 were sold in the U.S. It accounts for a quarter of Chevrolet’s total U.S. sales and ranks second among the best sales models.

Chevrolet’s second bestseller in the U.S. is the Equinox crossover, which delivered 332,618 units during 2018, followed by more than 140,000 deliveries with Trax, Malibu, and Cruze. 2021 should be a year of significant sales growth, especially given how Chevrolet’s lineup will expand in 2021.

Before the 2021 model launch, the all-new Chevrolet Tahoe and Suburban already existed in a full fledge. The recently-introduced mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has been in the spotlight since its first announcement. While the Trailblazer name is no stranger to the G.M. lineup, the 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer is entirely new after more than a decade of absence. The old trailblazer was last replaced by traverse. 2021 Chevrolet Colorado addition to the lineup adds some fresh colors by adding a new face. Now the hub of Chevrolet’s electric revolution (after the Volt was discontinued), the Bolt EV will undergo a mid-cycle makeover in 2021.

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