Chevy Uses VR to Offer Cool Look at Vehicle Testing at Auto Show

Always at the cutting edge of innovation, Chevrolet added a fun twist to their technological prowess by offering a 4D virtual reality experience of their vehicle testing at the North American International Auto Show. Chevrolet debuted this unique experience at the show from January 20th through 28th in Detroit. It was certainly a crowd-pleaser, offering to the public an experience and knowledge of the extent to which Chevy vehicles are tested before being released. It’s a thrilling experience as well as one that gives Chevy buyers peace of mind.

Within its vehicle testing procedures, Chevrolet makes sure that its cars are safe and able to handle the toughest of road conditions. For instance, the new 2019 Silverado will have undergone 7 million miles of testing by the time of its release. This VR experience allows guests at the Auto Show to feel what it’s like to be in the passenger seat during these rigorous tests, which include traversing tough terrain and low- and high-temperature environments ranging from -40° to 130°F. Chevy cars are also tested for their capabilities in high altitudes and in the presence of high wind and humidity.

If you want to learn more about Chevy’s latest advancements and unveilings at recent auto shows, visit us at Harvey’s GM.

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