by Lee Enterprises
If I could wave a magic wand to improve the last generation Corvette, there’s a whole list of things I’d want to change on it.
I’d make the styling more sharp and exotic looking. I’d build it from more lightweight materials like aluminum and carbon fiber to keep the mass down. I’d give it more power, since a ‘Vette can never have enough of that. And I’d replace its cheap-feeling, Chevy-economy-car interior with something that actually belongs in a premium sports car.
Lo and behold, the folks at General Motors must have been reading my mind.
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.
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