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Chevrolet confirmed two new versions of its HHR retro wagon recently.
The first is the HHR Panel, which deletes the side glass and rear seat, providing a versatile hauler for small businesses or a canvas for the do-it-yourself customizer. The rear doors remain though, without external handles; they are opened via a dashboard release button. The flat floor inside can hold 1,614 L (57 cu-ft) of cargo, along with under-floor storage compartments in place of the rear seats.
The HHR panel offers the same four-cylinder engines as the regular model. Chevy also covertly confirmed an SS version of the HHR, which has been spied running laps at the Nrburgring recently. Reportedly, a GM official confirmed the high performance model at the South Florida International Auto Show last year. The HHR will likely be powered by a super- or turbocharged Ecotec four-cylinder like its stable mates the Cobalt SS or Solstice GXP. So we can expect about 250-hp.