Will the C7 Corvette be Considered a “Classic”?
What exactly makes a Corvette a “classic”? And does the C7 have what it takes to hold the same kind of value as models like the 1965 Corvette Sting Ray or the 2009 ZR1?
I’d love to see the engineers who worked on the new Corvette Z06 pack a suitcase. I bet you they can fit a month’s worth of clothes and toiletries into an overnight bag. They managed to cram killer looks and insane amounts of power into the high-performance machine without weighing customers down with a (relatively) heavy sticker price.
Z06 Corvettes and Z/28 Camaros rare, and those that have them usually keep them. That is unless you’re one of our forum members who just traded up.
This is the feedback that Chevrolet actually creeps on to make sure its next car is better than ever. I’m talking about the thread that forum member billythekid310 started about which options you all would like to see on your C7 Corvettes.
Rick “Corvette” Conti has posted a preview of dealer ordering information regarding the 2016 C7 and it seems there are some cool things coming.