Classic Car Archive Specs, Facts, & History
The 1968 Impala got a facelift, as well as an updated rear bumper that housed three "horseshoe" shaped taillights.
A new model was introduced, the Custom Coupe, which was a a two-door hardtop and featured the same roofline as the Caprice Coupe. It was a huge success and would be continued through 1976.
A new 307ci V8 replaced the 283ci as the standard V8.
|Engine||0 to 60 MPH||Quarter Mile||Source|
|427ci||7.0 sec||15.40 sec @ 90 mph||Motor Trend|
|Turbo-Fire 327||327ci||1x4bbl||250 hp||n/a|
|Turbo-Fire 307 V8||307ci||1x2bbl||200 hp||n/a|
|Turbo-Thrift 250 Six||250ci||1x1||155 hp||n/a|
|Turbo-Jet 396||396ci||1x4bbl||325 hp||n/a|
|Turbo-Jet 427||427ci||1x4bbl||385 hp||n/a|
|Turbo-Fire 327||327ci||1x4bbl||275 hp||n/a|
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