Author: Marcus Slater

Live from NAIAS: The Corvette Z06/C7R Reveal


It was a madhouse over at the Corvette booth this morning at the Z06/C7.R reveal. This is it, in the flesh. Let’s get straight to the important bits: Supercharged LT4 625 horsepower 635 ft lbs of torque 7-Speed Manual 8- speed Automatic Gearbox Electronic LSD For those of you wondering if you’d be able to get […] More »

  Comments | By - January 13, 2014

What Questions do YOU have for GM at NAIAS?


The crown jewel of the American Auto Show circuit is this weekend at Detroit! It’s been a colossal year for GM in general and Corvette in particular. Of course, the biggest news of the convention is Corvette’s worst kept secret: The Z06. We’ve been covering the leaks and teasers for that particular car in detail over the past […] More »

  Comments | By - January 10, 2014

Leaked Corvette Emblem Reveals Supercharged Z06


And now, the question that’s been on everyone’s mind since the Z06 was first announced, has finally been answered. We know how much power it would make thanks to a leak earlier today. 620 horsepower? 650 ft-lbs of torque? That’s quite a lot for naturally aspirated LS. This was the Z06 though. It’s never been boosted. […] More »

  Comments | By - January 7, 2014

SEMA 2013: Forgiato Unveils Teal C7 Widebody


SEMA hasn’t even actually started yet and I’ve already been blown away by this thing. It’s, uh, unique. Whether or not that’s a good unique or a bad unique depends on your tastes. If you’re a function over form type person… This might not be your cup of tea. Teal, clearly, is not one of […] More »

  Comments | By - November 4, 2013

Three Solid Minutes of C7 Corvette Burnouts


The C7 Corvette. Chevy’s shining achievement in the world of sports cars. As we speak, the first ones are rolling off the assembly lines and being shipped to the reviewers across the country. They’ll heap praise on it and talk about how much of a “driver’s car” it is and how it’s basically the best […] More »

  Comments | By - August 22, 2013

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