When asked by a colleague if the C7 Corvette makes the design of the C6 look dated, my response was, “Absolutely, unequivocally, yes and in a major way.” I went on to say that anyone who disagrees either owns a C6, or should have their eyes checked.
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? […]
The reason we ask is that RPI Designs of Ohio has begun selling painted lower rear bumper covers for the C7 Stingray. Apparently, enough Corvette owners think that the OEM black lower fascia needs to be sprayed body color that RPI has taken up your cause. As a designer, I think you’d better be a […]
One of the most remarkable transformations that Chevrolet has made with the new Corvette is the completely redesigned interior. Premium materials and lots of technology will surely quiet the detractors from previous models. Here is the interior design seminar held by Ryan Vaughan and Lucy Lahood at the 2013 National Corvette Museum’s Bash in Bowling
Corvette exterior design manager Kirk Bennion has been working with in the Corvette design studio since 1986. He recently spoke with Faces of GM about the new 2014 Corvette Stingray and the five goals the design team had when creating the next generation sports car. According to Kirk, those five goals were: Change the Upper