Author: Marcus Amick

Corvette Gets Safety Head with New GM Appointment

GM Announces New Vehicle Safety Chief

The fallout over criticism that General Motors failed to address some safety issues has ushered in a new chief that will oversee global safety for Chevrolet and the carmaker’s other brands. Jeff Boyer has been appointed Vice President Global Vehicle Safety, a newly created position, as GM comes under fire for claims it failed to address issues with faulty ignition switches in over a million compact cars.

  Comments | By - March 20, 2014

Scarlett Johansson Wows Crowd with C7 on Red Carpet

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OK, let’s see a show of hands, or better yet, likes in the world of Facebook: who can’t wait to see “Captain America: The Winter Soldier”? Even if you aren’t a big fan of superhero flicks, seeing Scarlett Johansson chasing down villains in a 2014 black-on-black Corvette Stingray will alone be worth paying for that pricey IMAX 3D ticket.

  Comments | By - March 17, 2014

Could the C8 Corvette Come out of a Reality Show?

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News of a new reality show for aspiring car designers sponsored by Chevrolet got me to thinking – could the next-gen Corvette come out of a reality show? The new TV series, Motor City Masters, will pit 10 aspiring car designers against one another on truTV testing both their exterior and interior design capabilities. The […] More »

  Comments | By - March 5, 2014

Exclusive Motoring Corvette has Just the Right Touch

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The beauty of the all-new Corvette Stingray is that it looks amazing straight off the assembly line especially with the wheel options offered by Chevrolet. Still, I love seeing when someone adds a nice touch to a car that doesn’t take away from its original look. Of course, pulling it off can be tricky, which […] More »

  Comments | By - February 19, 2014

Corvettes in Sinkhole Could take Three Months to Retrieve

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Surveyors say it could take two to three months to get the sinkhole repaired at the National Corvette Museum and retrieve the eight Corvettes damaged in the natural disaster. Mike Murphy, the CEO of the Kentucky-based building contractor Scott, Murphy & Daniel, which is working to reinforce the building, said figuring out the best way […] More »

  Comments | By - February 18, 2014

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