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.
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.
"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.
The 2015 Corvette Z06 is set to debut at the upcoming Detroit Auto Show and let me be the first to say daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaamn.
Since this will be my first post on Oppo, allow me to introduce myself! I am Harris Lue, 21 year old Graphic Design Student at East Carolina University with a huge passion for all things car, and I work for my best friend Kenny Forbes' race team designing his cars and all promotional materials.
The new C7 Corvette were shipped out to dealers, what, ten minutes ago? And here's one already wrecked.
We've seen loads of pictures of the 2014 Corvette. We know the specs. But we don't yet know how much it costs. However, this contest from General Motors may shed a little light on that.
We're mere hours away from the live reveal of the new Corvette, and it's all anyone can talk about on the Internet and in real life.
Looks like we've got an early Christmas present for all you Corvette aficionados out there. Even more images have surfaced tonight on Corvette Forum that appear to depict renderings of the upcoming C7 Corvette's rear end, engine bay and interior.
For the past two or three decades, the bugbear of the Corvette has been its cheap interior compared to its European rivals. The 2014 Corvette is supposed to change all that.
We've already driven (digitally) the 2014 Corvette, and now Chevy has shown us the car's new, digital instrument panel, as well.
Yesterday, a camouflaged version of the next generation 2014 Corvette appeared in Gran Turismo 5. Could the car debut in GT5 before it does in real life?
There's a thing that pundits like to do where they read an article and then they say the opposite of what everyone's thinking. It's a good way to get attention. On the internet, it's called "trolling." Jim Motavalli apparently saw this Wall Street Journal article about GM investing in their Bowling Green plant in…