Because the Corvette Z06 wouldn’t be nothin’ if it came unglued from the road.
The C7′s LT1 is a little too loud for the Koreans.
Automobile magazine took its four-season 2014 Corvette Stingray to Bowling Green to visit the Corvette’s birthplace, including making a run through the National Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park.
And boy are they good.
The Ringbrothers custom performance muscle car parts-maker has unveiled this 1966 Chevrolet Chevelle at SEMA 2014, dubbed “Recoil.” It is up for a best-in-show award.
With cooperation from SEMA, Lingenfelter’s market expansion accomplishments in the Middle East has resulted in this award.
What’s better than riding in a C7 Corvette? Riding in one with Danica Patrick, of course.
Chevrolet Performance is displaying more than 20 new concept parts for the Corvette C7 Stingray, derived from the Z06.
So run, don’t walk, to your nearest Bowling Green, KY location!
Who knew Paul Stanley was a car fan? Despite the flash and gaud of his rock band, he created his 2015 Corvette Concept in a very tasteful manner.
Jimmie Johnson’s 1971 Corvette is the perfect homage to the past and present, creating modern tweaks while maintaining the integrity of yesterday’s vision.
Is the glam rocker’s C7 to your tastes?