48 SSR ZZR transformers
I use morphing to show origins of 03-06 SSR design. Starts with '48 Chevy Pick Up, transforms into SSR. Then we fruther explore possible directions in which design may go,morphing SSR into our ZZR project. ZZR is an actual vehicle, I drive it since Jan 2012.please see more of my work at zzrstudio.com http://zzrstudio.com/Home_Page.php
2004 CHEVY SSR CONVERTIBLE PICKUP TRUCK -- JUST A FOUR YEAR RUN
The Chevrolet SSR (Super Sport Roadster) is a retractable hardtop convertible pickup truck manufactured by Chevrolet between 2003 and 2006. The truck was based on the long-wheelbase Chevrolet TrailBlazer EXT's platform, and featured "retro" styling and a steel retractable hardtop designed by ASC. The production model was based on the SuperSport Roadster concept car shown at the 2000 Detroit Auto Show. An early-production SSR was the pace car for the 2003 Indianapolis 500 auto race. The 2003 and 2004 models used General Motors' Vortec 5300 engine, a 5.3 L 300 hp V8. Performance was 7.7 seconds to 60 mph (97 km/h) with a 15.9 s/86.4 mph quarter mile run. The 2004 model sold below expectations with under 9,000 sales at US $42,000 each. Citing a 301-day supply of SSRs, General Motors in December of that year announced five weeks of layoffs at Lansing Craft Centre, the factory that made the SSR. On November 21, 2005, GM announced that it would close the Craft Centre in mid-2006, spelling the end for the SSR. The final SSR, a unique black-on-silver model was built on March 17, 2006. Analysts estimate that 24,150 SSRs were produced in total. Of the total production, 24,112 were available for sale to the public. The SSR is guaranteed to be the collectible vehicle in decades to come because of it's low production volume. Thanks very much for viewing this 2004 SSR convertible pickup
Chevrolet SSR Driving Experience - Onboard video - The Ultimate Drive
This video: Get in, top down, rev the engine, and go for a kick ass drive in a Chevy SSR. I spent a nice afternoon driving the very rare six-speed manual Chevrolet SSR through some twisty Michigan backroads. Lots of engine noise, V8 power and top down fun, all with excellent audio recording and DrivingExperienceTV's first-person camera angle. For the best driving experience, wear a set of quality headphones. Both in-ear or over-ear will work fine. Don't forget to wear headphones. Seriously, I mean it, you'll thank me ;) Want to see more POV Driving Experience videos? Please subscribe and tell us what you'd like to see next.