Would the Corvette Be Better With Torque Vectoring?
Perhaps Chevy might want to consider swapping the Corvette’s current eLSD system for a torque vectoring system.
While the idea of running a quarter-mile in the 8s might not be all that newsworthy, it’s the spirit of freedom and experimentation that we admire most about this C3 mod.
A remote start plus a C6 Corvette in first gear plus a deserted country road plus a video camera equals big trouble.
Is it really fair to ask someone to choose between a legendary big block ‘67 and a new Corvette C7 Z06?
Car and Driver sat down with Corvette ride-and-handling engineer, Jim Mero, who’s been working on the Corvette for 11 years and has more than 15,000 track laps under his belt.