The Impala is not only one of Chevrolet's most historic vehicles, but one of America's, as well. For decades, it set the standard in comfort and value, and was even considered to stem the American muscle car. First debuting in the 1958 model year, the Impala began as a high-end Bel Air. It's success as a long, wide, and luxurious family sedan forced Chevy to separate it into its own model, creating what was soon to be America's best-selling full-size car. Over the years, the Impala has made many distinct styling impacts with its wild rear ends and iconic grilles. Join us as we go through every year that the Impala was produced, pointing out when and how new trends, new engines, and new looks were born. This is The Complete History of the Chevrolet Impala

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