Can the Corvette Stingray Handle a Bit of Revving?
This weekend I paid a visit to one of the first dealer-issued C7 Corvettes to arrive in California. I posted a brief review and a revving video on our forum. See the video + review pasted below: “This [Saturday] morning I was driving to the Guasti Homestyle Café, a SoCal breakfast joint I hadn’t been […] More »
So how much faster is the C7 Corvette Stingray than the C6, you ask? Here’s a video that answers that question … for the most part. I say “for the most part” because the C6 has undergone some light modification — it’s got an intake and exhaust. Even with those mods, as you can see […] More »
Since the C4 to C5 transition, I have been obsessed with inter-generational Corvette tech comparisons. You probably have an idea of what it’s like to be afflicted with that obsession. To delight our tech comparison appetites, Car and Driver has posted a video that compares a dissected C6 Corvette seat with the vastly improved C7 Corvette […] More »
Since June 1981 Corvettes have been assembled in Bowling Green, Kentucky. C7 Corvette production is now fully underway at the Bowling Green assembly plant, where cameras have now had the chance to capture the magic of America’s sports car coming to life. The video begins with footage of the new all-aluminum frame being welded together […] More »
The C7 Corvette. Chevy’s shining achievement in the world of sports cars. As we speak, the first ones are rolling off the assembly lines and being shipped to the reviewers across the country. They’ll heap praise on it and talk about how much of a “driver’s car” it is and how it’s basically the best […] More »