2000 Chevrolet SSR Concept


2000 Chevrolet SSR Concept

2000 Chevrolet SSR Concept

For decades the Chevrolet bowtie has labeled spirited, functional cars and trucks. The SSR (super sport roadster) captures Chevy’s rich heritage in a new kind of crossover vehicle with an open air sports car feel and unparalleled storage and flexibility.

SSR dons a power retractable hardtop, revealing an interior offering three-passenger capability. This is achieved through an innovative execution of the bench seat and integration of the shifter in the steering wheel, rather than the traditional floor position.

In a fresh interpretation of renowned Chevy styling cues, the SSR incorporates a unique full-width grille bar, wide stance and distinct wheel oriented forms. It has decidedly contemporary architecture – the cab, fenders and bed are so well integrated that they appear to be one. To create a harmonious design, the exterior color wraps into the interior, and the doors and instrument panel have a clean, sculptural flow.

The roadster is more than striking in appearance. This high performance, functional crossover vehicle boasts a longitudinal V8, rear-wheel drive powertrain. The pickup bed in the back provides exceptional utility.

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In Detail

submitted by Richard Owen
price $ $ Prototype
engine V8
valvetrain 16 Valve
displacement 6000 cc / Not Available in³
power 223.7 kw / 300.0 bhp @ 4800 rpm
bhp/weight 165.38 bhp per tonne
torque 481.3 nm / 355.0 ft lbs @ 4000 rpm
driven wheels RWD
f brake size mm / in
r brake size mm / in
curb weight 1814 kg / 4000 lbs
wheelbase 2959 mm / 116.5 in
length 4727 mm / 186.1 in
width 1933 mm / 76.1 in
height 1580 mm / 62.2 in
gear ratios :1