How Not to Break-in Your C7 Engine
You may think nothing of a few prods of the gas pedal early on in your Corvette’s break-in period, but the greatest change in engine surface area happens in those first few hundred miles.
We can see no reason to reject a flat-bottom steering wheel. If it looks good and offers realistic usability features, why fight it?
General Motors is breaking ground on an 850-kilowatt solar array at Corvette’s Bowling Green Assembly plant in Kentucky, which will help power the production of the C7.
This week’s How-To Tuesday article will get you started, or at least moving down the right path, to taking your Corvette to the track.
After years of dominating the drag strip in a Firebird, the 2014 Pro Nitrous Champion has decided to trade in those wings long associated with the now defunct Pontiac brand for a racing red Corvette.