- Billy Durant recently resigned from GM to work with Luis Chevrolet racing driver and with the help of engineer Etienne Planche created the standard four-cylinder and six-cylinder car engines using a garage as a lab in Detroit. The six-cylinder engine enters the production stage since 1912 and immediately sells 2,999 of these vehicles. In 1913, the company moved to a factory in Flind where it is building another model called Little Four.
- In the same year, Mr. Chevrolet L. resigns.
- In 1963 Chevalier appears with a six-cylinder 3179cc or V8 4638cc engine. That same year, Chevrolet introduces its response to the Ford Mustang challenge, the CAMARO that you see in front of you with the 3769cc or V8 4638cc six-cylinder engine, while the V8 5735 was available. This car carries the V8 4638cc, it's automatic a glass folding ceiling and was introduced to Greece by a Panamanian Company owned by Alexandros Onassis for his personal use. In addition, the interior has upholstery of high quality leather, which was customary in its time only with a special order.