The first rear-wheel-drive sedan in the Chevy line-up in 17 years is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. At a glance, it is a smart-looking four-door but, under the hood, is a V8 pushing out more than 400 horsepower. When given a nudge, it responds with a roar and will force you back into its plush seating as it hits 60 mph in less than five seconds. Enthusiasts have been begging for rear-wheel-drive models; Chevy listened and they got this one right. As you tour around the SS, its intents become more obvious, with a wide stance, plenty of rubber, and the two large exhaust pipes. The treat of the SS is that you have to look to figure out that this is a car designed for spirited driving. Once behind the wheel, everything makes sense. The gauges light up, you slam your right foot down, and the world gets much, much faster.