10 Best and Worst Corvettes
The current C7 Chevy Corvette may be a wonderful, powerful, and striking machine, but we have to remember the humble beginnings of America’s iconic sports car.
A 1.5 mile long timing loop set up on an air strip in the Mojave Desert recorded this Callaway SC757 cresting the 200 mph mark with ease.
Callaway Cars is gearing up to start building a “shooting brake” model of the C7. The company says a few will even be ready by the fourth quarter of 2016.
It’s good to be Corvette Forum member soulsea, very good. First off, he already has a 991 Porsche 911 Turbo S. Secondly, he recently traded in his 2015 shark for a 2016 white Z06. And thirdly, we’ve just named his new ride our Corvette of the Week!
If you were unaware, the Chevrolet Corvette GT3-R racer isn’t as pure-blood, soil-eating, firework-lighting American as you think. In actuality, it has quite a bit of Europa, Germany in particular, all up in it. The Callaway name should give that away.