Are you looking for the most affordable way into the high-powered sports car game? You're in luck, because the best deal in America today (other than these ones), the C7 Corvette, just got a lot cheaper.
The 2014 Corvette is a popular kid. His phone keeps ringing and he can't decide who to hang out with. So now he's found a way to become more exclusive. And it involves money. Specifically, it involves more of it.
This past weekend, Chevrolet was kind enough to lend us a 2014 Corvette Stingray convertible. Because it was a day that ended in "y" it snowed. Naturally as you might have assumed, your E-I-C and I took it out in the snow with the roof down. For journalistic inquiry, of course.
Even the regular C7 is a guaranteed tire slayer, so the twin turbos on this Hennessey HPE700 are, as far as burnouts are concerned, a little excessive. Sometimes, though, a little excessive is just what you want.
You know how it is. You gotta go the Walmart, pick up some lettuce and Duck Dynasty-branded control top pantyhose, and then oh hello, there's a 2015 Corvette Z06 prototype just hanging out in front of God and everybody like it's no big deal.
Every single time a new Corvette is released, we hear how it'll be the standard of the world. The same has been said about the 2014 Corvette Stingray. But is that true? Let's find out.
The 2015 Corvette Z06 produces the most downforce of not only any car ever produced by General Motors, but by any car ever tested by General Motors. These are the little areas where the General has made amazing leaps and gains.
Powerfullier. Trackier. Yellower. And now with 100 percent more automatic transmissions. The 2015 Corvette Z06 is either the car of your dreams or your nightmares. Or both. And now Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter is here to answer all your questions.
With the unveiling of the 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06, General Motors has done something magical. And that something magical is a loud, yellow, at least 625 horsepower middle finger to every other performance car on the market. USA. USA.
Chevrolet hates supercars. Specifically, they hate other company's supercars. That's why they make the Corvette Z06, an uncompromised road and track monster that eats Porsches for breakfast. And a new one is coming next week. Here's what you need to know.
As a European, apart from eating double bacon cheeseburgers and drinking more coffee than ever before in your life, the best way to get the feel of the United States in to drive iconic American cars. In my case this was driving a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette while shouting 'Murica, fuck yeah!
A report that surfaces every once in a while is inside information that the Corvette will not be made much longer. Well, the report has come out again, but this time the source is said to be the chief engineer. Whaaaaa?
"So my coworker got a new Corvette a few weeks ago," reads the opening of this thread on NASIOC. And the accompanying picture is just perfect.