The Internet has been buzzing about the Corvette’s new slush box after select media recently had an opportunity to test drive the 2015 model.
Chevy has put a pretty nifty piece of technology in place for the 2015 Corvette lineup to make sure those responsible for handling your baby at your favorite steak spot don’t get any clever ideas.
One Corvette Forum member’s reaction to the price increase: “Think how much beer you could have bought if only you would have ordered earlier.”
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.
The video after the jump is a one-minute and thirty-three-second clip of the new Z06 Convertible starting up that I’m betting will have a few people dreaming of hitting the lottery. It certainly has me thinking of some ways I can come up with the cash to buy one. The sound of a C7 Corvette Z06 is a much-needed morphine shot to quell the pain of the world’s four-cylinder, commuter-car cacophony. I’ve already replayed the video ten times to keep my fix alive.