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C7 Corvette Prototypes Captured During Cold Weather Testing

With the introduction of the C7 Corvette coming next year, we’re assuming that the engineering members of the Corvette Team are hard at work with shaking down the new car in a variety of environments. Proving this are these spy photos from our friends at both Jalopnik and Autoblog, who captured two cloaked C7 Corvette

  Comments | By - January 19, 2012

Jalopnik Says This the C7 Corvette in ZR1 Trim

by John CoyleCorvette Forum Wow. Sometime over the weekend, Jalopnik Editor-in-Chief Ray Wert apparently got a look at the C7. A post last night seemed to imply we’d be seeing photos at noon today, but instead we got a pair of renderings and this statement: “None of our sources were willing to go on the […] More »

  Comments | By - November 14, 2011

Bob Lutz: C7 is a”Much Bolder and More Dramatic Design”

An article about the C6 Corvette and the coming C7 redesign hit Bloomberg’s news wire over the weekend and there were some interesting quotes from GM insiders both named and unnamed. Former VP of Product Development Bob Lutz, who helped usher the Corvette ZR1 from pipe dream to Nurburgring terror is back in company’s fold

  Comments | By - October 19, 2011

Taking a CUE From Cadillac: Why the C7 Needs GM’s Latest Infotainment System

With the C7 Corvette under development, we’ve taken a sudden interest in the pipeline of future products coming from General Motors. So after we watched the demo video of the new Cadillac CUE infotainment center and the futuristic customizable gauge cluster, we’re holding out hope that the next generation C7 Corvette will benefit from similar

  Comments | By - October 12, 2011

C7 Corvette Mule Captured by Spy Photographer!

Autoweek has published a batch of photos of what appears to be a C7 Corvette mule captured out in the wild by spy photographer Brian Williams of Brenda Priddy & Co. What is noticeable right away on the Cyber Grey Corvette Grand Sport appears to be a lengthened wheel base. Judging by the gap around

  Comments | By - September 28, 2011

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