The aftermarket has embraced the C7 Stingray like a prodigal son. Edelbrock is developing a supercharger (in addition to others), a variety of tuners are developing heads, cams, headers, etc… But it appears that Lashway is the first company developing a turbo kit for the new Corvette. We just spoke to a representative at the […]
Anyone who has fallen in love with the corvette in the past twenty years should have pretty solid love of the LS series motor. It (and it’s many variations) have been at the heart of the ‘vette since the C5. It’s great, obviously… But what if it was a v12?
The LT nameplate has a long and storied performance history for Corvette and General Motors. Looks like a new chapter could well be added by the seventh generation of the ‘Vette. The LT1, of course, was a small block powerhouse for the Corvette from 1970 to 1972, and the name reappeared in the early 1990s
Following the announcement in late October that the next generation 2014 C7 Corvette would be powered by the 6.2L LT1 V8, a news report from the Tonawanda engine plant talked about how excited they are to be playing the key role of building the Gen 5 power plant for the Corvette. Tonawanda Engine Plant area
It’s been a few months since we’ve last seen the next-generation C7 testing in the wild but spy photographers recently caught up with what most believe to be the 2014 Chevy Corvette. While the new Corvette isn’t expected to debut until January at Detroit’s NAIAS auto show, you can still soak in all that horsepower