I just spent some time in the 2014 Corvette Stingray, a totally new generation of this iconic sports car, and it’s not just a big improvement that fixes the weak spots in the outgoing model.
Two GM TechLink articles have been added to the 2014 Corvette Knowledgebase:
Paving the NCM Motorsports Park began on 5/27/14. Thank you to all of our One Acre Club Members and those who have purchased a ton of asphalt, for making this happen.
Recognized for producing brakes for high-performance cars, Italy-based Brembo has expanded its product strategy to include high-volume mainstream vehicles. But BMW, Mercedes and the new Chevrolet Corvette remain core customers.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 2014 Celebrate the Past, Present and Future of the Corvette at Carlisle in 2014 Annual Corvettes at Carlisle Gathering to Host Race Displays, Unique Reunions and the new Z06 CARLISLE, PA – When Corvettes at Carlisle takes place August 22-24 at the Carlisle PA Fairgrounds this year, once more the future […]
The ordering guide showing standard and option equipment, related RPO codes, and specifications have been released by GM for the 2015 Corvette Coupe and Convertible.
By Chad Kirchner | May 23, 2014 Motor Review The 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray convertible is unlike any Corvette that came before it. In some ways it seems strange to even call this new car a Corvette because of the changes. The seventh-generation Corvette is a world-class sports car with everyday livability that many cars […]