Automakers don’t pick their first drive locations by accident. This all takes months of planning with many site visits and much scouring of drive routes. The entire world knows that Atlanta turns into a bubbling bowl of stew during the summer, and Chevrolet knows that all of you are paying close attention to how the…
The 2017 Corvette Grand Sport is the track-focused sports car for the common person, and Chevrolet announced on Friday just how much that person will have to pay in order to get it: $66,445, at the car’s cheapest.
I’m deeply thankful for all these new naturally-aspirated track day cars, like the Camaro Z/28, Porsche 911 GT3 RS and Mustang GT350R. They buck this trend of sticking a turbo or a blower on every damn thing to stay all motor, baby. Now the Chevrolet Corvette joins that party too by bringing back a legendary name:…
The 1963 Grand Sport could be the most lustworthy Corvette ever built. With its custom frame and 600 horsepower, six-liter V8, it was a bonafide Cobra killer. Here's one sliding around the 2009 Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix in slow motion.
This isn't the first time a whole row of vehicles has been wiped out at Tropical Chevrolet in Miami Shores. It's the second time. The first time, an out-of-control Corvette bounded into the dealership lot and destroyed a bunch of SUVs. This time, it was a line of Corvette Grand Sports.
Zora Arkus-Duntov knew what he was doing. Proof? This 1963 Corvette Grand Sport Chassis 003 and it's 377 cubic-inch small block V8. Fed by four Weber carbs, it was said to produce 485 horsepower at 6000 RPM.
Mongoose Motorsports produces an unauthorized replica of the legendary 1963 Corvette Grand Sport. GM doesn't like that. They're suing the Ohio-based company for trademark and IP infringement claiming irreparable damage done to the Corvette brand and their bottom line.
This brand-new Corvette Grand Sport, spotted by a Corvette Forum member outside a dealership in his local town, has something wrong with it. Can you spot what's wrong?
The 2010 Corvette Grand Sport accelerates a touch faster than a normal 'Vette, handles and stops a little better than a regular Corvette, but GM's thinking 50% of sales will be the GS. Why? It's all about the parts list.
As 1.5 millionth Corvette comes off the assembly line, GM's announcing pricing on the sub-Z06, sorta-like-a-Z51 2010 Corvette Grand Sport coupe will start at $55,720 and the convertible will start at $59,530. New pictures of both below.