Chevrolet, popularly known as “Chevy”, is an automobile brand owned and manufactured by the General Motors Company (GM). The company was originally founded by Louis Chevrolet as the Chevrolet Motor Car Company, with William C. Durant, William Little, and Dr. Edwin R. Campbell as the co-founders on November 3, 1911. The company was later acquired by the General Motors in 1917. The headquarters of Chevrolet are located in Detroit, Michigan. Chevrolet manufacturers a wide range of vehicles, ranging from compact cars to heavy-duty commercial trucks. It is the top selling GM auto brand in the United States.
Popular Chevrolet car models are the Camaro, Sonic, Impala, Cruze, Corvette, Aveo, Volt, and Malibu, while the SUV segment consists of SUVs Suburban, and Tahoe, the Crossovers segment comprises of Traverse, HHR, Equinox, the truck segment includes Avalanche, Colorado, Silverado, and Chevrolet has a van – “Express” – which is a very popular vehicle.