The astronauts had them, Vice President Joe Biden loves them, and now the police are finally catching on to the awesome force that is the new Corvette C7 with this bad ass car for the boys and girls in blue. Holy lightbar, policeman.
Jack White is from Detroit, so it's only natural for him to do burnouts with America's best sportscar ever, the Corvette C7.
This is it, ladies and gentlemen: the 2014 Corvette Convertible headed to the Geneva Motor Show in just a few days.
Everyone knew that the interior of the old Corvette was holding the car back. You knew, I knew, Chevy knew. So they made the new Corvette Stingray's interior better. How much better?
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.
The C7 Corvette — the seventh generation of General Motors' iconic super car — is set to be unveiled 14 months from now at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. Doesn't that seem like a totally unacceptable timeframe? We think so.
Amid rumors of a mid-engined C7 Corvette, comes this photo of an extended wheelbase Corvette with modified bodywork and a lot of space behind the front seats. Is this a mid-engined next generation 'Vette mule or a freak one-off? UPDATE!
While talking about how he's not going to talk about the next-generation-hybrid-V12-hydrogen-powered C7 Corvette, Tadge Juechter, Corvette's chief engineer, railed on the "hurting" and "sensationalist" auto buff books at last week's annual Corvette C5/C6 gathering. Also, CAFE sucks. [Corvette Blogger]
Here's a whopper of a story if it ends up being true: Autoweek is reporting General Motors has placed the next-generation C7 Corvette program on indefinite hold due to the company's shaky financial situation. Sources within GM are saying the program has been shelved for now with no specific timetable for release. This…