Here's my rendition of what I'd like to see in a Super-Epsilon (FWD) Impala.
It's designed to compete with the Ford Taurus, Toyota Avalon and Kia Cadenza. The "Impala" badge, usually located just on the C-pillar (or is it D-pillar?), has been relocated to just behind the front wheelwell.
The rear taillamps are larger versions of the Traverse's taillamps, with two white centers and red LED rings around the centers. The left center is an amber signal lamp, and the right center is the reverse lamp. The front turn signals and foglamps are LEDs as well, and have a unique feature: At night when your headlamps are on, when you turn on your signal, the corresponding foglamp lights up until you turn the signal off - so you can see better when cornering.
LS, 1LT, 2LT, LTZ with AWD available. A 290hp 3.6L V6 is the only engine.