Tag: concept

Callaway Cars Planning a Shooting Brake Option for the 2014 Corvette Stingray

If you like the looks of this C7-based Callaway AeroWagon, let the good folks there know as soon as possible, and you might just be able to drive one later this year. Callaway Cars, based out of Old Lyme, Connecticut, has been making unique and very powerful Corvettes for more than 25 years. Their latest

  Comments | By - March 18, 2013

Experimental 1964 Rear Engine Corvette Prototype XP-819 Shows Its Stuff at Amelia Island

In 1964, Chevy engineers imagined hanging an aluminium Corvette engine off the back of the frame as part of an engineering study on safety and crash zones. Zora wasn’t really on board with the project until Larry Shinoda penned a design that many claim was the genesis for the C3 Corvette. The result was XP-819,

  Comments | By - March 11, 2013

Ebay Special: Stingray Concept Made Real

As far as concepts go, the Stingray Concept was nothing short of gorgeous. This one? Eh… Not quite so much. If you’re quick, you can still put your bid in on Ebay. RIght now, the price is hovering around $15,000. All things considered, that isn’t a bad price for a C5 2005 Corvette with 5,000 […] More »

  Comments | By - March 30, 2012

C7 Corvette Illustration on Cover of Car and Driver’s April 2012 Magazine

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

  Comments | By - March 13, 2012

Corvettes on eBay: a $400K 1954 Corvette Nomad Recreation

At the 1954 Motorama, GM unleashed three Corvette-based concept cars onto the show circuit. Dubbed the Convertible Coupe, the Corvair, and the Nomad, the trio caused a stir when they debuted in New York in January of 1954. As we all know, the Nomad made it to production a couple years later, but in a

  Comments | By - October 20, 2011

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