This weekend, our featured wallpaper is just plain peaceful — with the photo lighting, can you just imagine driving off into the sunset behind the wheel of this car (at high speeds)?
It was just a matter of time and here it is: the first valet to get busted doing bad things to a nice Corvette, all caught on tape by the C7's dash cam and data logger.
Getting 29 MPG highway out of a car like the 2014 Corvette is a telling sign of how far we've come, and how efficiency and fun don't need to be mutually exclusive. Even if they're sort of cheating to get there, it's all worth it to be able to say "Why did I get a Corvette over a Matrix? Because fuel economy is…
We've seen the new Corvette Stingray indoors, but this is the first time we're seeing it on the road, in the real world. Does it look…better?
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.
Tired of hearing about the new Corvette Stingray yet? Didn't think so. Major redesigns for the Corvette come so rarely you could have been born when the last one debuted and be allowed to legally drive today.
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.
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…
Old Corvettes often live as hair plug transporters, rotting away in garages before the odd highway jaunt. One '69 Stingray, however, gets to storm the Swiss countryside very, very sideways. And you could drive it.
It always warms my heart to see American cars driving around in Europe, like this 1969 Corvette in Sweden. It might be an expat, but this it's doing burnout is clearly dedicated to the US of A.
In 1965 popular television was full of secret agents, guys wearing cowboy hats and friendly witches—so it makes sense that is who Chevrolet chose to introduce their new cars that year.
For almost as long as there have been cars, there have been emblems to identify who made them and what model they are. Some of these emblems are as cool and classic as the cars they identify while others are little more than plastic text with a sticker on the back. This weekend we want to know what vehicle you think…
In May, GM filed a trademark application for the word "STINGRAY" with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for use on "Motor land vehicles, namely, automobiles." Is Chevy transforming the Corvette into a real split-window Stingray for the seventh generation?