‘Captain America’ Sequel Will Feature Custom C7
very great movie hero needs a great hero car. It’s become one of the tools of the trade for anyone charged with fighting villains or saving the world. Obviously, those tasks call for some serious ground transportation. And the cooler the wheels, the better.
Like him or not, Vice President Joe Biden definitely seems to know his cars. During a recent speech at an annual United Auto Workers’ conference in Washington, the VP talked a lot about his passion for Corvettes.
Remember that motorsports park scheduled to be built next to the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green? Well, I have some good news—and unfortunately, bad news—about the racing facility next to one of America’s Sports Cars holy sites.
Car thieves, here’s a tip—if you’re going to steal a high-performance vehicle like a Corvette, don’t. But if you’re going to try anyway, make sure you can drive a stick. With the manual take-rate for the new Stingray hovering around 40 percent, there’s a good chance your target won’t be an automatic.
Only Superman, and maybe a few other comic book protagonists can tear down a vehicle in five minutes or less, but thanks to the power of time-lapse video, those who hail from planets other than Krypton can be made to look like superheroes.