Chevy is counting on the C7 to change the perception of the Corvette in Southern California. Can the C7 achieve that goal?
Here’s a bit of advice for any Viper guys who might be trolling this site: when you’re up against a Corvette in a race, you just might want to hold off on the trash talking — even if it’s a woman driving a ‘Vette.
It looks like the guys at Exclusive Motoring are at it again. After rolling out that cool Stingray Convertible we covered months ago, the Miami-based shop has cooked up another spin on the C7, this time painted in Laguna Blue Tintcoat.
The 2014 Corvette is revving up to add a major contribution to modern technology. Later this month, the C7 will take on the role of a semi-autonomous vehicle when former racecar driver, Sam Schmidt, a quadriplegic, takes the helm at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to test technology aimed at assisting people with disabilities.
Make no mistake about it, Corvette buyers still crave a lot of the hard-core traditional performance stuff that has always defined the sports car, even when opting for the new Corvette Stingray. Amid the growing trend among carmakers to do away with the traditional stick shift in sports cars, GM says 40 percent of new Stingray buyers are opting for the manual transmission.