Automobile Magazine’s Marc Noordeloos recently conducted an interview with the Corvette Program Engineering Manager Josh Holder.
Over the years, Holder has worked with the Cadillac XLR, the GMT800 full-size pickups, the Pontiac Solstice/Saturn Sky Kappa twins, and the Chevy Camaro. He owns five Corvettes, and chose to give some insight on the C7 Corvette Stingray Chassis. That way, we can out-snob all of the other wannabe ‘Vette know-it-alls.
The story is a few months old, but there’s still plenty of fun facts in the extensive piece, including why GM continues to utilize a rear leaf spring suspension setup, what cars they benchmarked in the C7’s development, and what sort of differences will be found in the European models.