The 2025 Chevy Chevelle is a highly anticipated car that pays homage to the iconic 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454, a standout in the original muscle car era. The new Chevelle is being produced by Trans Am Worldwide and offers a modern take on the classic, with up to 1,500 horsepower available. The car is built on the bones of a Chevrolet Camaro convertible but with a completely redesigned exterior that includes reshaped fenders, quad headlights, a twin square grille, and a new version of the chiseled Chevelle front bumper. The rear has been extended and comes with a new trunk lid and square taillights, while a removable hardtop is available for those who prefer the coupe style. The interior features retro-style 1970s seats and a Hurst shifter crowned with a cue ball knob for shifting gears.
The 70/SS is offered in several colors with numerous upgrades and options. Every 70/SS produced will be a convertible car with an optional removable hardtop. The company says it will offer a variety of heritage colors inspired by the actual 1970 model year Chevelle colors, along with a variety of modern gloss and metallic options. The car can be ordered with a 450 hp 6.2-liter V8 engine, but it can also be ordered with 900 horsepower and 1,500 horsepower supercharged engines that breathe through a pop-up cowl induction system. Prices start at $150,000, with extra options and bespoke components pushing the price as high as possible.
Trans Am Worldwide says orders are being picked up now, with deliveries planned for the fall. The launch entered the phase last week, with the 70/SS being a re-polished Chevrolet Camaro. The only remaining exterior component of the Camaro is the windshield; Trans Am Worldwide swaps everything, including a cool cowl induction hood reminiscent of the original SS 454. The style on the Fenders and doors has a straighter line to represent the old Chevelle better, and there is even a dot on the nose similar to the original car. Overall, the 2025 Chevy Chevelle is a stunning tribute to one of Chevrolet’s greatest cars, forming a bespoke series of cars that pulls the 1970s favorite bang up to date.