14. Chevrolet Impala Wagon
Chevrolet always battled Ford in the full-size sedan market. So, in 1962 they took a gamble by introducing an elegant generation of the Impala that was different than the design standards of the day. The 1962 to 1964 Impala had a restrained, elegant style with straight lines. Yet it still kept the signature six tail lights in the back and four headlights in the front. Chevrolet wanted to dominate the lucrative full-size sedan market, so they equipped the Impala with everything they had. The new model featured five body styles and six engines including six and eight-cylinder units. Also, it came with three transmission choices and a long list of optional equipment. But it had one influential and innovative version in the Impala SS.
However, the station wagon was popular in the Impala and Bel Air trim levels. They featured a lot of space, modern features, and cool styling. Even today, the 1962 to 64 Impala is a popular car since they produced it in large quantities. In fact, most people consider it to be one of the best generations of the Impala ever. During its three-year span, the design endured some subtle changes. However, this didn’t affect the elegance and classic proportions of this timeless model.