Chevrolet Introduces 2015 Impala Midnight Edition
SEMA concept heads to production.
Chevy has announced production plans and pricing for its 2015 Impala Midnight Edition.
Based on the "Blackout" concept originally shown at SEMA, the Midnight Edition is a cosmetic upgrade package based on parts available through Chevy's accessory catalog.
Chevrolet says the Impala Midnight Edition showcases the car's "dark side." Translated? To use a tired cliché, you can get it in any color you like, so long as it's black.
The Jet Black exterior treatment extends to the mirrors, wheel accents, grille and surround, and both the front and rear Chevrolet bowtie emblems. There's a rear spoiler too, finished in (You guessed it!) black. Inside, you'll find more Jet Black with some sport pedals for contrast.
Chevrolet will not make any mechanical modifications to the Impala, meaning the Midnight Edition will boast either the base 2.5L, 196-horsepower four cylinder or the 3.6-liter, 305-horse V6.
2015 models will be limited to 1LT cars with the 2.5L engine. The 2016 Midnight Edition package will be available on 1LT, 2LT and LTZ trims. Package prices range from $995 to $1,595 depending on trim level.