The 1967 Impala was again restyled, looking longer and heavier, with the fastback roof design being even more
pronounced. On the Super Sport models, the new front grille featured blacked-out horizontal strips, and on the rear was a
black panel insert between the taillights. The SS identification could be found on the grille, trunk lid and each front fender.
Black lower body and rear fender moldings were used on the Super Sport models in contrast with the bright pieces found on
other Impalas. The standard Impala wheel covers were used with SS center caps.
In the interior, the usual vinyl buckets with center console were standard; however, a bench seat with a folding
armrest could be substituted at no cost. The SS identification was limited to an SS emblem on the glovebox door. Brushed aluminum
inserts embellished the console and dash panel. The dash came with three large round gauges arranged horizontally, with two
auxiliary gauges on each end arranged vertically.
Engine availability consisted of the 260 ci for six-cylinder Impala SS models. The V-8 Super Sport Impalas
came with the 283 ci single-exhaust two-barrel engine rated at 196 hp, a dual-exhaust four-barrel 327 rated at 275 hp and
the 325 hp 395 ci Turbo-Jet.
Only one 427 ci V-8 was optional. This was the L36, now rated at 386 hp. On the Impala, it was part of the
SS 427 option, a combination of the 224 Super Sport option and the L36 engine option. The SS 427 came with a unique domed
hood with three simulated air ducts, large SS 427 emblems in the center of the grille and on the rear panel between the taillights,
heavy-duty suspension components and Red Line 8.25x14 tires on 14x6 in. rims. A total 2,124 Impala SS 427s were produced.
A total 4,337 of the 427 engines were installed in all 1967 Chevrolet full-size models.
Optional for the first time were front disc brakes. Power brakes and 15 in. rally wheels were mandatory with
the disc brakes.