We won’t blame you if, upon seeing a ’96 Chevy Impala SS in your rear view mirror in Forza 4, your first instinct is to slow down. The Impala, after all, has its roots as a go-to vehicle for police forces around the U.S. The Impala was resurrected by Chevy in 1994, after a nine-year hiatus, and brought to market with a comfortable interior worthy of a sedan and durability worthy of stalwart cop cars like the Caprice. The 5.7 liter LT1 V8 engine churns out a healthy 260 hp—a good thing, considering the Impala’s sheer size. Small details like the center-console shifter and analog gauges were new for the ’96 Impala, which turned out to be the final in the line until the Implala name was again resurrected in 2000.