The year 1965’s Chevy Nova was revamped with a cleaner front-end styling by introducing a new full- width grille with integrated single headlights. The side lights were repositioned down to the deep- section bumper. The taillights along with the backup lights and the rear cove were restyled. The users were given six power choices with the expanded engine lineup.
Both the Nova and the Chevy II started off as compact that provided “maximum functionalism with thrift.” It was released as 4-door wagon body type. It’s an RWD (rear-wheel drive) with a manual 3- speed gearbox.

The interior comprises of vinyl bucket seats and dashboard gauges. The engine options either offered a 6 cylinder or V8; up to 300 horsepower and a dual exhaust.