Features of a 1969 Chevelle Super Sport include a 396-cubic inch L35 V8 325-horsepower engine, four-barrel carburetor, a Turbo-Hydramatic 400 three-speed automatic transmission and F41 heavy-duty suspension. The classic Chevrolet muscle car has a 12-bolt rear axle, 14-inch Super Sport wheels, power front disc brakes, power rear drum brakes and power steering. The two-door hardtop vehicle's interior and steering wheel are black, with bucket seats in front and bench seating in the rear. A Delco deluxe radio provides the music.
Chevrolet gave its popular Chevelle Super Sport coupe chrome bumpers and mirrors, dual exhausts, 225/70R14 front and rear tires, and full-size spare tire in the trunk. Chevrolet designed its car to run on 91-octane fuel. The Chevelle is equipped with a floor shifter and center console in its vinyl-covered interior.
In 1969, the Chevelle Super Sport was either a Malibu or 300 Deluxe Malibu equipped with a 396 engine and additional trim package instead of being a separate model. The model year was the only one in which consumers could order the base-model 300 Deluxe with the SS package. Chevrolet produced about 86,310 1969 SS Chevelles. The Detroit automaker changed little of the car's exterior look but gave it new taillights. Chevy gave the Chevelle an engine change late in the model year, when it bored out the 396 engine to 402 cubic inches.