How GM Confirmed We Scooped The New Corvette 13 Months Early

We revealed the first accurate renderings of the 2014 Corvette on Jalopnik well over a year before the official unveiling at last month’s Detroit Auto Show. Some pundits called it the "auto enthusiast scoop of the decade." I just call it a really great story. Although I can't tell you how we got that “scoop” — here's… » 2/21/13 12:22pm 2/21/13 12:22pm

Now The Corvette Faithful Can Stop Bitching About 'Camaro Taillights'

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… » 1/31/13 1:20pm 1/31/13 1:20pm

Why Is Everyone Calling The New Corvette The Stingray?

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… » 1/12/13 10:15am 1/12/13 10:15am

Corvette Chief Engineer Eviscerates "Sensationalist" Buff Books

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] » 5/10/10 11:00am 5/10/10 11:00am