This 1963 Chevy Corvette Stingray sure makes a driver look cool. But when President Barack Obama is behind the wheel, that might be the other way around. Even Seinfeld seems dorkier than usual next to the commander in chief.
Every now and then something shows up on Craigslist that says more about the beauty of the human condition than countless, tedious books on the subject. This ad for a home-made airplane/Corvette with Dodge power is one of those ads.
A curious spy photographer found something interesting while trolling the US Patent and Trademark office: a trademark, registered by GM, for the words “Corvette E-Ray.” What’s Chevrolet up to here? An electric ‘Vette-based concept car for the Detroit Auto Show? A hybrid Corvette? A mid-engined ‘Vette that runs on eggs?
[Even geese love the Brumos Porsche. Here they are enjoying a puddle with a good view of the 2011 Grand-Am Memorial Day Classic at Lime Rock Park. Photo credit: Brian Cleary/Getty Images]
1,730 horsepower at low-mid boost with a two-stage N2O setup sending everything to the rear wheels. Yes, that might be too much for a Corvette to handle.
This weekend, our featured wallpaper is just plain peaceful — with the photo lighting, can you just imagine driving off into the sunset behind the wheel of this car (at high speeds)?
Seeing a fast car driving slowly can be irksome. I mean, what’s the point of doing 55 MPH in a car capable of so much more? Still, even if it makes you roll your eyes, chances are you don’t think it’s a capital offense. There seems to be at least one trigger-happy idiot in a Mustang who disagrees, since he reportedly…
Earlier this week, Callaway Competition showed off its Corvette C7 GT3-R at the ADAC GT Masters Season Finale at the Hockenheimring in Germany. It’s got a huge wing, tons of carbon fiber, a sweet ducted cooling module and vents all over the place. This thing oozes with engineering goodness.
A sports car on an open road is a great place to do some thinking. This is a truth every gearhead can confirm. So when Benjamin Preston wanted to get to the heart of the American sports car—its past and its future—he couldn’t have picked a better thinking chamber than the 2015 Corvette Stingray.
It’s pretty amazing what you can do with a cheap LED and a DSLR. Last weekend a friend visited and brought this beastly yellow machine, of course I couldn’t help but break out the tripod and snap a few shots.
A photoshopped expression of frustration made for me by a member of a Facebook Miata Club, upon having seen my car post-wreck.
For reasons that I shall not get into, I once owned a Renault Le Car. And once when I owned that Renault Le Car I found myself lined up next to a Corvette at a red light.
Regular Car Reviews has been one of our favorite YouTubers for a long time, and now he’s giving voice to the cars at Cars and Coffee. Somebody give this man a Pulitzer, because he’s doing all the car reporting you need to hear:
We already got more than 500 responses from you to the question of daily driving a cheap C4 Corvette, and here’s some first hand experience on what’s it like to live with one of these beasts.
While Regular Car Reviews is here to tell you all there is to know about the most important Corvette generation, I keep wondering: is it time to buy a five grand C4 and just daily the hell out of it?
When it comes to used vehicles, I’ve always said “mileage doesn’t matter” as long as the car’s got good service history and a reputable seller. Here’s a chance to test that theory: GM tuner Callaway is selling development cars, including this near-perfect supercharged Corvette for less than the price of its upgrades.
Remember when the rest of the world used to make fun of the Corvette? It wasn’t completely warranted, yet there were some criticisms that both stuck and stung. Those days were officially pushed into the past when the new C7 Corvette arrived.