Chevy has unveiled a new model designed to take its automotive gear to a new level in the 1980s.

The “EZ-3,” which is the first Chevrolet vehicle to feature a “driver assist” feature, will be available in the U.S. later this year.

The automaker is hoping that it can turn a new generation of drivers on to its new technology, which uses sensors to help people control their vehicle without needing a human to sit in the driver’s seat.

The EZ-2, which debuted in 1985, was designed to help passengers navigate their cars through traffic.

It also was designed as a more conventional vehicle with a small hatchback and a larger sedan.

The new EZ car is the brainchild of senior VP of product design Michael Avila.

Avilas design team was formed with an emphasis on safety and convenience, which led to the EZ.

The company says it’s now ready to bring the technology to consumers.

The new Ez has a 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine and comes equipped with a steering wheel, pedals and pedals, with a rearview camera that can monitor your driving.

The EZ 3 will come with an automatic emergency braking system that automatically stops your car if you feel it is unsafe to continue driving.

This is a significant shift in car technology, as GM’s first autonomous car, the Chevrolet Bolt, is now available in many markets.

In September, GM also said it was launching a car with a self-driving system.

“I’m really excited to bring this to the next level,” Avilaras said in a statement.

“As the first fully autonomous Chevrolet to hit the market, it’s a powerful tool for drivers.

It’s also a big step forward in technology for car owners.

We’re confident we’re going to see a big impact in the years to come.”