The Actual Reason Chevy Took Out The Impala's Plug

Several factors led to Chevrolet's decision to abandon the Impala.  

First and foremost, a major factor was the movement in consumer tastes toward SUVs and crossovers.  

In order to satisfy consumer preferences and increase profitability, Chevrolet had to restructure its product portfolio as the market for larger sedans shrank.

Stricter fuel economy laws and the trend toward electric and hybrid cars also had a role in the choice.

The bigger size and comparatively poorer fuel efficiency of the Impala in comparison to

It was less compliant with changing environmental rules when smaller vehicles were used.

Finally, in order to invest in emerging technologies, General Motors is reforming itself and focusing on streamlining its lineup of vehicles.