New Chevy Model to be Compatible with OnStar RemoteLink System
Earlier this month, GM officials trademarked the "SS" designation, leaving enthusiasts near and far scratching their heads. After all, the Chevrolet Impala first inaugurated the trim line to the brand back in 1961. Upon hearing about the automaker's latest move, we can't help but wonder, "What will happen with 'SS' now?"
As it turns out, multiple signs point not to a future trim for a current model, but an entirely new Chevy vehicle altogether. Just recently, OnStar's website put out its list of 2014 Chevrolet models that are to be compatible with its RemoteLink system. Guess which vehicle is included? Yep. That's right. OnStar let slip that a certain "2014 Chevrolet SS Performance" will be RemoteLink-enabled.
While the automaker itself hasn't publicly confirmed anything for the SS trademark nor the supposed new Chevy model that is to come for 2014, the OnStar evidence strongly suggests that the two are tied together. Many auto experts even go so far as to surmise that the new vehicle will roll out on the same platform as the Chevrolet Caprice police car and Australia-based Commodore.