Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS 2004 posters

Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

For 2000, Chevrolet not only once more took the design inspiration from GM Motorsports, but also from older Monte Carlos to apply certain traits such as the stylized wheel flares, vertically oriented tail lamps, and a stylized rear bumper. The "Knight" badging, as well as a full gauge cluster also made a comeback after being absent since 1988. The Super Sport moniker replaced the Z34 designation of the fifth generation, with another technology borrowed from the racing circuit being the aerodynamic styling and duck tail spoiler. Chevrolet even added a slight "hump" on the rear trunk - although much smaller than a Lincoln Mark VIII, it was a distinct trait that stayed with Monte Carlo until its eventual demise. Specialty nameplates Chevrolet created models inspired by NASCAR drivers, the most remarkable being the 2002 Dale Earnhardt "Intimidator Edition". This model could be found in two body colours, a black body with galaxy silver rocker panels and front and rear air dams, or a pure black version. It also boasted a thin red stripe above the silver ground effects, the Dale Number 3 logo behind the rear side windows, silver "Intimidator" SS badges on the right side of the trunk, Monte Carlo SS badges at the base of the vehicle, an Intimidator badge with the number 3 on the dash, Earnhardt's signature on the gauge cluster, as well as 5 spoke, diamond cut wheels and GMs L36 3800 V6 engine under the hood.

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