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C7 Corvette Spied Again in Michigan Plus a Trip Around the Rumor Mill

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

  Comments | By - September 13, 2012

Popular Mechanics Searches Detroit for C7 Corvette Clues!

While the C7 Corvette may still be a couple years out, rumors and speculation are already running rampant as to what it will look like and how it will be powered. Popular Mechanics magazine sent one of their writers out to the streets of Detroit during July’s Dream Cruise to search for clues regarding the

  Comments | By - September 19, 2011

C7 Corvette Rumor Roundup!

C7 Corvette Rumor Roundupby John CoyleCorvette Forum Generating buzz is part of the deal when you’re running a car company, so it makes sense that GM North American President Mark Reuss would describe the forthcoming C7 Corvette as “completely different” than any of its ancestors. And while I’m as excited as everyone else on the […] More »

  Comments | By - September 7, 2011

C7 Rumors Debunked!

Whether you’re a casual fan of the Corvette C7 or a dedicated customer who is eagerly awaiting the release of this unique vehicle, you may have heard various C7 rumors. Each new car model release typically prompts some speculation and discussion among the fans of that vehicle, and the C7 is no different; in fact, […] More »

  Comments | By - June 17, 2011

Next Generation C7 Corvette Will Be More Like a Ferrari

Content provided by CarsDirectRumors of the next-generation C7 Chevrolet Corvette going mid-engine are not new, but U.K. car news publisher Autocar reports that new information suggests that just might be the case.  Whether or not this happens, the new Corvette will set its sights up-market on the top sports cars in the world. GM exec […] More »

  Comments | By - June 8, 2011

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