When I look at this German-tuned Corvette, I begin to ponder a great paradox: the Triple X ZR1 would offer such a heavenly experience on the Nürburgring, which is ironically nicknamed “The Green Hell”.
Imagine handing your Corvette keys to a repair shop and learning that an employee was using your car as his own personal transportation. Then imagine the look on your face when you realize the employee had racked up 11,000 miles on your beloved ‘Vette. Not a nice thing to imagine, right?
Yesterday we showed you the NBC News report about the recovery efforts at the National Corvette Museum. Today we get to go farther behind the scenes of the big Corvette recovery thanks to a GM-dispatched film crew. Check out the must-see mini documentary below to reflect on all that has happened since March 3, when […]
The Bugatti Veyron and the Porsche 918 Spyder, two of the most advanced hypercars ever, have four driven wheels. Motor Trend’s Best Driver’s Car, the Porsche 911 Carrera 4S, is all-wheel drive. Audi’s quattro permanent all-wheel-drive system was deemed an “unfair advantage” and banned from use in road racing. AMG is building more all-wheel-drive Benzes […]
Back in January GM unveiled the highly anticipated Z06 at the North American International Auto Show. According to General Motors, the 2015 Z06 will be “the most track-capable Corvette ever, designed to deliver supercar levels of performance through unique powertrain, chassis and aerodynamic features.” Corvette enthusiasts from around the world have been waiting for the […]