Callaway debuts $67,000 Ferrari FF


Callaway Cars teased us with this back in March, but now it’s official: they’re going to build the AeroWagon Concept. No, it’s not really a Ferrari FF, as you can plainly see it’s a C7 Corvette Stingray. However, it looks strikingly similar (actually, better in our opinion) to the FF, amplifying the Corvette’s European design […] More »

  Comments | By - October 3, 2013

Corvette Assembly Plant to Reopen Tours Starting October 14th


Chevrolet announced on Wednesday that Bowling Green’s Corvette Assembly Plant will resume public tours of the facility beginning Monday, October 14th. The tours give Corvette enthusiasts and the general public an up-close opportunity to see how the all-new C7 Corvette Stingray is built. Plant tours were halted in September 2012 as GM started the process […]

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Car and Driver Dissects C6 and C7 Corvette Seats… Alien-Probe Style


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 »

  Comments | By - October 2, 2013

Corvette History through Ads: Europe Blinked

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Obviously the same government regulations that impeded straight-line performance for the fourth generation of America’s sports car also limited competitors cars as well. Dave McLellan, Corvette’s chief engineer from 1975 until his retirement in 1992, understood the impact strict CAFE (Corporate Average Fuel Economy) and safety government regulations dictated, and though challenging, he recognized that […] More »

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1,200 People Already Registered for Next Year’s Corvette Caravan

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According to the 2014 National Corvette Caravan website, at the exact time of this writing, the National Corvette Museum’s 20th Anniversary Celebration begins in 10 months, three weeks, five days, four hours, 29 minutes and 12 seconds. Going general, we can call that a year from now, which is pretty far into the future. Despite that, […] More »

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