Here is the cover of Car and Driver’s April 2012 Corvette where they name the 2014 Chevy Corvette as one of 25 Cars Worth Waiting For. The C7 Corvette illustration shown on the cover looks to be nearly identical to infamous Jalopnik renderings from last November. Causing the most consternation among Corvette enthusiasts is the
A quick visit to the list of upcoming Corvette Events for Calendar Year 2013 on the National Corvette Museum‘s website reveals this simple, unadorned statement:
"NAIAS C7 Reveal *January 10-13"
There is no decoder for the asterisk, but further down the page is this statement:
"Dates and events are preliminary at this time, sign up on NCM eNews to get the latest updates."
God willing, I will be at the N.A.I.A.S., also known as the Detroit Auto Show, looking to publish one of the first photographs of the next generation Corvette!
InsideLine.com Spy photographers have once again caught up with the 2014 C7 Corvette as it’s undergoing cold weather testing in Ontario, Canada. Instead of just pictures, we have video of what appears to be two C7 prototypes testing in the cold and one segment of tape actually captures the exhaust note coming from the engine.
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
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