Chevrolet Cheyenne (concept car)

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The Chevrolet Cheyenne

The Chevrolet Cheyenne was a concept car created by Chevrolet. It was first introduced at the 2003 North American International Auto Show. The Cheyenne had innovative designs not available in production vehicles at the time, such as its side access doors and unique cargo bed.

The Cheyenne's cargo area featured storage drawers, similar to the Honda Ridgeline's, but the Cheyenne also had side access doors to load and unload cargo from either side of the vehicle.

The Cheyenne's engine was a supercharged 6.0 L V8 engine developing approximately 500 hp (370 kW) and 580 lb⋅ft (786 N⋅m) of torque.

American Motors used the name for its Rambler Cheyenne concept station wagon that was exhibited at the 1964 Chicago Auto Show.[1] This model should also not be confused with the Cheyenne trim badging used on the Chevrolet C/K pickup prior to 1998. In Mexico, the Chevrolet Cheyenne is also a luxury trim for Chevrolet Silverado, is also available in Regular Cab since the 1980s, Extended Cab since 1998 year model and Crew Cab since 2005 year model.

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  1. ^ "History - 1964". Chicago Auto Show. Retrieved 11 February 2013.

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