Our latest beefy burnout fix comes courtesy of the wizards at Hennessey. If you have 14 seconds or so to spare, hearing this 708 horsepower twin-turbocharged beast rev up for the show is most definitely time well spent.
Twenty-seven bids is pretty good for a wrecked ‘Vette on eBay. I’d speculate a lot of those bids were from shops looking to fix the Stingray and sell it for profit. Could you discount damages enough to purchase a used Corvette like this?
Photo Credit: DigitalDtour.com The Corvette Stingray has been in production since August 2013 and thousands of new C7s have already found their way to customers. At the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona, Corvette Product Manager Harlan Charles was asked about providing some production stats for the new Stingray and he happily obliged. According to Harlan, [...]
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 [...]
So what does a proper car journalist from Britain think of the C7 Corvette? I’ve been waiting for a British review of the C7 ever since August 1, 2004 when Top Gear reviewed the C6 Corvette. The British, as well as journalists from other countries, have always been hard on America’s sports car. Overall, they’ve liked […]