The latest Corvette has gotten a lot of heat about its design, particularly the squared-off tail lights. "It looks like a Camaro!" the critics shout. "Too square!" they cry. "Change bad, round better!" they yell.
We don't think the first commercial for the new Corvette Stingray will be airing during the Super Bowl, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy it right now.
The 2014 Corvette Stingray is, for lack of a better term, damn good. I saw it in person at the Detroit Auto Show, sat in it, grabbed the wheel and rocked from side to side while I made engine noises with my mouth, and walked away impressed. It looks and feels like a great American car, and I can't wait to actually…
Now that the 2014 Corvette has finally broken cover, it can drop all that ridiculous camo it was wearing when it tested on public roads.
If it seems like we're talking about the new Corvette Stingray a lot, it's because we're talking about the new Corvette Stingray a lot. We haven't driven it so the specs are just numbers and the promise of great performance is just a guess.
Chevrolet says the new, 2014 Corvette Stingray shares only two parts with the current model: the cabin air filter and the discarded Cialis packets on the floor. No, it's the roof latch.
No matter that the Corvette ZR1 is faster than an Enzo and a 911 around the 'Ring. No matter that a Z06 regularly spanks BMWs at track events. No matter the growl of a Corvette V8 always turns heads, whether you're in Athens, Georgia or Athens, Greece.
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.
The 2014 Corvette is debuting at 7 EST this evening. If you hadn't heard, this is something we're all excited about.
While you were busy ogling the pretty pictures of the new Corvette on the covers of Automobile and Road & Track we scored for you yesterday, you may not have noticed one interesting detail: both publications say "Stingray Returns" on the cover. Could this mean that the storied "Stingray" name could be making a…
The 2012 Chevy Corvette's price tag is getting a hike of between $480 to $1,790 depending on the model, and trim level or options check box, according to the bowtie-bedecked Jake skull-lovin' power fiends at Corvette Blogger.
We're expecting to see the real thing in 2013 or 2014. But in the meantime this design student-penned concept envisions what the C6-replacing C7 Corvette could look like, adapting traditional design cues to more modern proportions.
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]
You asked for more, so now you're getting it — here's another load of exclusive photos of the new Corvette Centennial Concept car (with video here) to be featured in next summer's blockbuster Baygasm, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. You've got all sorts of great details in these shots, including the car's badge…
Is the 2009 Corvette ZR1 really the end of an era? Popular Mechanics doesn't think so. They're already speculating on what might be in store for the 2012 Corvette "C7", and they see a future that includes higher performance and better fuel economy. Among the many questions are whether the next Corvette offer a…