2012 GS Sticks it to Thief: Idiot Criminal Can’t Drive Manual
Car thieves, here’s a tip—if you’re going to steal a high-performance vehicle like a Corvette, don’t. But if you’re going to try anyway, make sure you can drive a stick. With the manual take-rate for the new Stingray hovering around 40 percent, there’s a good chance your target won’t be an automatic.
Only Superman, and maybe a few other comic book protagonists can tear down a vehicle in five minutes or less, but thanks to the power of time-lapse video, those who hail from planets other than Krypton can be made to look like superheroes.
Our latest beefy burnout fix comes courtesy of the wizards at Hennessey. If you have 14 seconds or so to spare, hearing this 708 horsepower twin-turbocharged beast rev up for the show is most definitely time well spent.
The last time Chevrolet placed an ad in the Super Bowl was back in 2012. Some significant product introductions have been made at Chevrolet since then. In the past 23.74 months the company has introduced all-new versions of the Corvette and the Silverado. As you can imagine, these are some fine products that need promotion, […] More »
Ralph Gilles, CEO of SRT and Chrysler LLC’s Vice President of Product Design, has been known to be outspoken. In 2012 on Twitter he told Donald Trump “You are full of shit!” after Trump said Chrysler was going to send all Jeep manufacturing to China. “We’re trying to build a custom show car that you […] More »