C7 Rumors Debunked!
Whether you’re a casual fan of the Corvette C7 or a dedicated customer who is eagerly awaiting the release of this unique vehicle, you may have heard various C7 rumors. Each new car model release typically prompts some speculation and discussion among the fans of that vehicle, and the C7 is no different; in fact, […] More »
In celebration of Corvette’s 50th year, General Motors launched the 2011 Z06 Carbon Edition Corvette. Since this model also commemorates Corvette’s contributions to the Le Mans racing, dealer-installed racing numbers mounted on the vehicle are also available. Only 500 2011 Z06 Carbon Edition Corvettes were made. 505 Horsepower The 2011 Z06 Carbon Edition is available […] More »
The Corvette has been produced since 1953. Over the course of its seven decade production, 34 total shades of blue have been produced. It started in ’54 with Pennant Blue and has evolved through the years to Carlisle Blue (see above), a color named in honor of Corvettes at Carlisle and the 30th anniversary of […] More »
Content courtesy of Keith Cornett of CorvetteBlogger.comBuying a 2012 Corvette is going to cost you more money. That’s our analysis after seeing the new pricing for 2012 Corvettes that were released today by General Motors. A quick review reveals that MSRP pricing is going up anywhere from $480-$1,150 based on the model. The only model […] More »
Content courtesy of CorvetteBlogger.com Corvette Wins GTE Class, Scores Seventh Win for Chevrolet LE MANS, France, June 12, 2011 ? ?The car’s a lap down, but we can make that up,? said Corvette Racing team manager Gary Pratt with six hours remaining in the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Pratt’s words proved prophetic as the […] More »