100 años de Chevrolet

This artists rendering provided by General Motors shows a  1914 Chevrolet Royal Mail. Proudly sporting Chevrolet’s brand-new bowtie emblem, the $750 Series H “Royal Mail” roadster for 1914 was a spirited and affordable 4-cylinder car that appealed to young buyers. (AP Photo/General Motors)

Hoy 3 de noviembre se cumplen 100 años de la creación de la marca automóviles Chevrolet. Un día como hoy de 1911 Louis Chevrolet y William Durant crearon esta marca norteamericana de coches que esta ligada a General Motors desde 1918. Ha llegado por el servicio de Ap este repaso cronológico a los modelos fabricados por la marca. Un verdadero paseo por la historia de la automoción y la fotografía, ya que podemos ver cómo avanza la técnica y estética fotográfica a través del tiempo. Del blanco y negro al color, incluso notándose en los ’90 el paso al digital.

Espero que os gusten las fotos en especial a los compañeros que se encargan de las páginas de motor en Público. Un saludo.

Louis Chevrolet

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1932 Chevrolet Sport Roadster. Arriving in the midst of the Great Depression, the plucky 1932 Chevrolets were powered by a sturdy Cast-Iron Wonder 6-cylinder engine. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors shows a 1936 Chevrolet Suburban. Chevy’s original steel-bodied, truck-based Suburban Carryall of 1935-36 provided a robust and durable SUV-like alternative to wood-bodied wagons. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1949 Chevrolet Canopy Express. In the days when fresh fruits and veggies were sold curbside, hucksters favored Canopy Express models, such as this ’49. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors shows a 1953 Chevroley Corvette. After crowds thronged the Corvette’s concept roadster at the 1953 GM Motorama, Chevrolet put the fiberglass-bodied two-seater into production, and thus began the saga of America’s Sports Car. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Sport Coupe. The all-new 1955 Bel Air wonderfully redefined Chevrolet, with its sleek Motoramic’s styling, improved chassis and sizzling new 265-cid Turbo-Fire V-8 the first of Chevy’s legendary small-block V-8s. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad. Featuring a sleek roofline first seen on the 1954 GM Motorama Corvette Nomad concept station wagon, the 1955-57 Chevy Nomad put dream-car design into thousands of American driveways. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray “Spilt Window” Coupe. Based on a sports racer penned by GM design chief Bill Mitchell, the exhilarating 1963 Corvette Sting Ray’s breakthrough styling was enhanced by a new chassis and available fuel-injected V-8s. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows thw 1963 Chevrolet Impala. The Beach Boys sang harmonies to Chevy’s 425-hp, 409-cid big-block V-8, a street legend that was handsomely showcased by this 63 Impala Super Sport, with its bucket seats and console interior. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1967 Chevrolet Pickup. Durable as ever, the restyled 1967 Chevy pickups carried their refined look to even the hardest-working models while more deluxe editions increasingly appealed to personal-use customers. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro. Providing a grand finale for the first-generation Camaro, the pleasingly refreshed ’69s included a Z28 model that ruled in Trans Am racing, and an Indy 500 Pace Car considered iconic today. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1970 Chevrolet El Camino SS. Based on the midsize Chevy Chevelle and fully sharing in that car lines multitudinous power options the 1970 El Camino SS pickup combined pickup utility with muscle car looks and power. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS. The muscle car era reached its peak in 1970, as Chevelle SS power climbed to record highs. With the optional 450-hp, LS-6 454 big-block V-8 engine, it could top 100 mph in 13.3 seconds. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1971 Chevrolet C/10 Cheyenne Pickup. A new-for-1971 Cheyenne premium trim package raised Chevy pickup interior style and comfort to new levels  to the delight of buyers seeking a spiffy truck to tow their recreational equipment. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1976 Chevrolet C/10 Stepside Pickup. Convenience aside, some pickup buyers just plain preferred the look of Chevy’s Stepside boxes, offered from 1955 to 2003.  (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1989 Chevrolet Corvette ZR-1. Chevy thunder rolled across Europe when 24 pre-production ZR-1 Corvettes arrived for a 1989 press preview. A 4-cam Chevy/Group Lotus small-block V-8 made the ZR-1s high-speed capability possible. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1993 Chevrolet Camaro Z28. The fourth-generation Camaro, featuring all-new styling, was introduced for 1993. A special-edition ’93 Z28 paced that year’s Indy 500  it was the fourth time Camaro had provided the official Pace Car. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1996 Chevrolet Impala SS. With the 1994-96 Impala SS, Chevrolet bid adieu to the RWD full-size sedan in fine style. A sport-tuned chassis, leather interior and Corvette LT1 V-8 power made these Impalas instant classics. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 1997 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe. The fifth-generation (C5) 1997 Corvette Coupe enjoyed global acclaim. Everything was new, from its LS1 small-block V-8, to its refined chassis and body structure. A convertible followed for 1998. (AP Photo/General Motors)

In this undated photo provided by General Motors, shows a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro. Todays Camaro is a forward-looking design that adds to the storied heritage of its predecessors in both its styling and performance all the more so with the forthcoming 2012 Camaro ZL1. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This product image provided by General Motors, shows a 2011 Chevrolet Volt. Battery powered for the first 25 to 50 miles after charging up, the revolutionary, electric-powered Chevy Volts on-board generator automatically provides additional electricity to continue on for another 300 miles, when needed. (AP Photo/General Motors)

This product image provided by General Motors, shows a 2012 Chevrolet Corvette Centennial Edition. Corvette’s 2012 Centennial Special Edition includes Carbon Flash Metallic black paint with red accents, unique satin-black lightweight wheels, Ebony interior with red stitching, and Chevy 100 logos inside and out. (AP Photo/General Motors)