Not all Corvette owners are the same. Some will clean their engine with a tooth brush, store the car in the garage all winter and hand wax the car once a week, while others will drive their ‘Vette in any kind of weather and clean it maybe once a year. We have a feeling the driver that drove this 2014 Corvette Stingray into a waist-deep body of water is the latter.
Maybe he thought the water wasn’t that deep, or maybe he took the Stingray part of the car’s name a little too literally. Either way it looks like this ‘Vette has swallowed up a bunch of water and was left to sit in the water until a rescue vehicle could pull it out. We’re not sure what they were trying to accomplish, because it appears like the road is closed off on the other side anyways.
So let this serve as a warning to those potentially clueless Stingray owners. That moniker doesn’t mean it can slice through the water like the Stingrays found in the ocean, Chevy’s Stingray is a land-only creature with a specific diet of high octane gas and European sports cars.