Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter said himself that if the all-new 2014 Corvette wanted to be called the Stingray, the car had to earn such a title. And after everything was all said and done, the C7 seems to have passed with flying colors. And the latest video released by Chevrolet showcases the kind of driving done by the development team that went into the Stingray program.
The best part of the video? There’s engine noise aplenty. So even if you don’t want to hear about all the technical stuff, like an electronic limited slip differential, third-generation magnetic ride control, or the multiple settings on the driving mode selector, stick around to hear the all-new Stingray sing at wide open throttle.