What if the C7 Corvette had been Designed in Brazil?
Good looks are good looks, right? Aside from the rear-end many of you would change at the drop of a hat, the C7 Corvette is a successful design, but what if that successful design had been penned from someone outside of the United States? Would that transform your love for the C7 Corvette into anguish? […] More »
A leaked SAE paper (now offline) has revealed that the C7 Stingray will be fitted with an 8-speed automatic (8L90) for the 2015 MY. According to the post, the transmission will be rated for 738 ft. lbs. of torque meaning that a hi-po (Z06, ZR1) version of the ‘Vette could run the transmission as well. […] More »
Even though the 2014 Corvette Stingray Premiere Edition Convertible goes on sale early next year, Chevrolet is calling this special-edition C7 the perfect gift for the holiday season. Chevy is limiting the Corvette Stingray Premiere Edition Convertible’s production to 550 units, so if you fancy a top-of-the-line Lime Rock Green 3LT convertible sitting on unique wheels […] More »
Want to see how your C7 Corvette Stingray gets assembled? Look no further. While the video doesn’t divulge too much information, it’s cool to see the body assembled and the sub-assemblies mated to the Stingray. Especially interesting is seeing the powertrain mated to the chassis in one piece from engine to rear axles relatively late […] More »
For the next few weeks, Corvette History through Ads will focus on one of the most important parts of the Corvette’s history; so important in fact that Chevrolet devoted most of their advertising budget (other than a few ads promoting the new Fixed Roof Coupe in 1999 and the Z06 in 2001) telling its story. […] More »