Tag: Spy Photo

Spy Photos Capture Upgraded Interior in the 2014 C7 Corvette

With recent reports that GM engineers have set up shop in in the town of Red River, New Mexico to test the 2014 C7 Corvette, it was only a matter of time before the shaky and blurry images of the prototypes taken by average citizens were replaced with high-resolution shots from professional spy photographers. AutomobileMag.com

  Comments | By - September 21, 2012

Spy Video: C7 Corvette Prototypes Testing in New Mexico

Content provided by CorvetteBlogger.com Photo ? 2012 Richard Ziese UPDATE: The discussion about these latest shots is raging over on the Forum. New pics show a glimpse of the interior! And our friends over at Teamspeed have some great additional shots of this latest round of testing. A group of Chevy engineers testing the 2014 C7 Corvette […] More »

  Comments | By - September 19, 2012

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

C7 Corvette Prototypes Spotted Driving On Michigan Streets

Two C7 Corvette prototypes were sighted earlier this month driving on the streets of Holly, Michigan which is just North of Milford. According to the photographer who spotted the Corvettes, there were two C7 prototypes in a group of about eight cars with the others being Z06s and a ZR1, as well as a Porsche

  Comments | By - April 17, 2012

C7 Corvette Mule Captured by Spy Photographer!

Autoweek has published a batch of photos of what appears to be a C7 Corvette mule captured out in the wild by spy photographer Brian Williams of Brenda Priddy & Co. What is noticeable right away on the Cyber Grey Corvette Grand Sport appears to be a lengthened wheel base. Judging by the gap around

  Comments | By - September 28, 2011

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