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.
Welcome to Sunday Matinee, where we highlight classic car reviews or other longer videos I find on YouTube. Kick back and enjoy this blast from the past.
Hearing that an exciting new car has been canceled kind of feels like someone just broke up with you.
I'm going to preface everything I say about this 2006 C6 Corvette with unadulterated, overly-critical speculation about its previous owner. Whoever that person was is most likely a moron. How do I know? I saw why it has a salvage title, issued by the State of Florida, naturally.
We're kind of gaga over the upcoming Corvette C7. To say we're excited about the latest development in America's greatest sports car would be an understatement.
A month ago, Thani Al Mazrouei heard an unpleasant noise coming from his 2008 C6 Z06 Corvette's engine, and took it to the closest Chevrolet dealership to have it checked out. It turned out to be a problem with the crankshaft, so the dealership replaced the engine under the car's warranty.
I remember sitting in my brother-in-law's living room last Thanksgiving Day, enjoying holiday meats laced with tryptophan when I noticed an urgent message form a guy I went to high school with saying he had video of two silver Corvettes crashing during an illegal street race on the pine-lined avenues of The…
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?
Would You Rather Have A ZR1 With A Carb'd Camaro Engine, Or A '60s Camaro With A ZR1 LS9?
Or at least he used to.
Ever read up on Corvette history? It's actually pretty fascinating. While the modern ZR1 is considered by many to be the last word in American performance, the 'Vette wasn't always that way.
When we exclusively revealed thenext Corvette, everyone agreed the most controversial change is its Camaro-style taillights. Now we have a better look and we don't think the boxy future will be so bad.