The 1964 Chevrolet Impala was a full-size car produced by the Chevrolet division of General Motors. It was part of the fourth generation of Chevrolet Impalas, which were produced from 1961 to 1964.
The 1964 Impala was available in several body styles, including a two-door convertible, two-door hardtop, four-door sedan, and station wagon. It had a longer, sleeker body than its predecessor, with a curved roofline and a tapered rear end.
Under the hood, the 1964 Impala was powered by a range of engines, including a 230 cubic inch six-cylinder engine, a 283 cubic inch V8 engine, a 327 cubic inch V8 engine, and a 409 cubic inch V8 engine. Transmission options included a three-speed manual, four-speed manual, and two-speed Powerglide automatic.
The 1964 Impala featured a new, more refined interior with a padded dashboard, new instrument cluster, and improved sound insulation. It also had improved handling and a smoother ride, thanks to a revised suspension system and wider track.
The 1964 Impala remains a popular classic car today, prized for its stylish design, powerful engines, and classic American muscle car heritage.