Tag: NAIAS

C7 Corvette Shines at 2016 Detroit Show

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Nearly three years after its initial debut at the 2013 North American International Auto Show, in one of Chevy’s biggest unveilings in decades, the C7 is still a big draw at the Detroit event.

  Comments | By - January 13, 2016

2015 Corvette Z06 – Chevrolet Supercar Technology

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GM shares a firsthand look at the interior and technology in the new Corvette Z06 from Ryan Vaughan, design manager for performance car interiors. Ryan takes us through some of that new technology found in the 2015 Corvette Z06 including the dual eight-inch high definition screens and color HUD as well as the new Performance […]

  Comments | By - January 30, 2014

Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan on the C7.Rs Reveal at NAIAS

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When the all-new C7.R Corvette race car was revealed at the North American International Auto Show last Monday, a small contingent of personnel from Corvette Racing and Pratt and Miller were on hand to witness the event. We caught up with Doug Fehan, Corvette Racing’s Program Manager, on the show floor and spoke with him […]

  Comments | By - January 20, 2014

2015 Corvette Z06 Prepares for Unveiling at NAIAS

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GM teases the debut of the Corvette Z06 with this picture from the Cobo Center: Mike Rezich works on the stage floor as the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 sits covered Saturday, January 11, 2014, in preparation for its world debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. The Z06 will be unveiled […]

  Comments | By - January 11, 2014

What Questions do YOU have for GM at NAIAS?

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The crown jewel of the American Auto Show circuit is this weekend at Detroit! It’s been a colossal year for GM in general and Corvette in particular. Of course, the biggest news of the convention is Corvette’s worst kept secret: The Z06. We’ve been covering the leaks and teasers for that particular car in detail over the past […] More »

  Comments | By - January 10, 2014

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