Chevrolet HHR Panel Puts the Petal to the Metal in N.Y.
A Tale of Two Vehicles: A Fun, Fuel-efficient Delivery Vehicle Blooms With Business Possibilities, While a Student-Designed Treatment is Purely for Pleasure.
NEW YORK – What better way to illustrate the uses for the new Chevrolet HHR Panel than with the vehicles themselves? Chevy is doing exactly that at the New York Auto Show with two eye-popping wraps – one for business, the other for pleasure.
A delivery vehicle that looks like a bouquet on wheels shows how the HHR Panel can deliver the goods without draining the gas tank. A personal-use Panel, “Skull From Hell,” was designed by student Jim McCammon of Detroit ’s Center for Creative Studies.
The show opens to the public on Friday. HHR Panel will be offered in LS and LT trims, with 2.2L and 2.4L engines – both of which help deliver 30 mpg in highway driving.
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