The C6 Corvette is a true gem of the General Motors family. Announced for the 2005 model year, it is a perfect example of how to blend the past and present to create an automobile that is both masculine and artistic.
The Chevrolet Corvette is recognized today as a symbol of American automotive excellence. The iconic body and speed of the Corvette is world renowned today, but this was not always the case. When the Corvette was first introduced in 1953 it was a moderately priced two seat sports car. The Corvette was the first sports car produced by Chevrolet, and for the first few years the C1 sold very slowly.
In 2013, Corvette celebrated its 60th anniversary. As a present to its adoring public, General Motors introduced the C7, a 7th generation Corvette.
When the C5 Corvette arrived on the scene in 1997 it surpassed the C4 in performance. Without being modified the C5 will usually go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in about 4.9 to 5.2 seconds. However, there's always room for improvement and that's just what a lot of C5 owners want for their beloved rides.
For many Americans, there endures a lingering fascination with one sports car--the Chevrolet Corvette. Since automakers launched the Corvette in the late 1950s, people still long to acquire and collect the sports car. Moreover, they take even more delight in gathering with other devotees in annual social events to admire these American auto icons.
It looks as if it were a European luxury car, the creation of the C7 Corvette will bring the name of Chevrolet to great heights. The C7 is a Corvette, but with a whole new look to it that the people will love.
One of the most popular and well known cars of all time is the Chevrolet Corvette. The Corvette is so popular it even had a movie made about it called Corvette Summer starring a young Mark Hamill. There are lots of different reasons the Corvette is so popular.
Chevroletís Corvette C7, the latest model to bear this storied name, has one of the most well known engines in automotive history, the LT1 Small Block V-8. With a 6.2 liter displacement delivering 450 horsepower, this model Corvette promises to be the most exciting offering in many years.
After World War II America started it long love affair with the automobile. In the 1950s Chevrolet introduced a model called the Corvette. It was met with mixed reviews and some people dismissed it as more image than substance. Some referred to it as a plastic bathtub and Chevrolet even considered ceasing production. Then the 1960s happened...
The fifth generation Corvette featured major design changes that set it apart from the C4 Corvette. The resulting models of the 1997-2004 are considered by many Corvette fans to be among the best ever produced. Hereís a look at the design of the C5 Corvette and how it set the new standard for excellence and performance.
The Chevy Corvette is famous in songs, movies and the minds of any collector of Americana. Its history is intertwined with every aspect of American culture, and it's no surprise. With over sixty years of manufacturing history, the Corvette has been described with every possible superlative for design and coolness. It has become hugely desirable by car enthusiasts. This is a truly iconic American automobile.