Meet The Man In Charge Of GM’s Small-Block V8 Development (Video)2
There are men and women behind the curtain that spend years developing vehicles, engines and technology that eventually turn into products that are assembled in a factory in a matter of minutes. And we hardly ever know who they are. But in the case of Jordan Lee, General Motors’ legate for all things Gen V Small-Block V8, we get a face to match the name.
Thanks to the video below, Lee shares with us a bit about what went in to the fifth-generation Small-Block V8 engine that will debut in the 2014 Corvette C7, along with the 2014 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra. Needless to say, its success is very important.
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Oh to be a fly on the way as they worked on the beauties.
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