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
With the base Corvette Stingray already unveiled to the world months ago, everyone is now eagerly waiting to see what Chevy does with the higher-performance models like the Z06 and ZR1. If you can’t wait for the official GM version to be revealed, BoldRide.com has teamed with Hansen Art to take a guess at what
by Rick Tavel special to Corvette Forum ? 3-17-2013 All Rights Reserved Do Not Duplicate Without Permission Dispelling the recent rumors that the new C7 Corvette Stingray’s starting price will be approaching or topping $70K, Alan Taylor, automotive journalist and TV personality, said the new Corvette Convertible will retail for about $60K. During a segment on […]
Chevy hasn’t been forthcoming about what, if any, tricks are up its sleeve to increase the horsepower in future renditions of the C7. We’ve been left to hope that the much beloved Z06 and ZR1 will live on in the new generation of the Corvette. Now comes a little more hope for at least a
By all accounts, Chevrolet has a hit on its hands with the new C7 Corvette Stingray Coupe but already the automotive journos are looking to the future as they ask what’s next for GM’s halo car. Earlier this week was the report from Motor Trend that the C7 Corvette ZR1 could be packing 700 horsepower.