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When the 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show in early January, one question still loomed at the end of the press conference: when is the convertible coming? Now, it is being reported that the drop-top version is set to debut at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
As cars go, the Corvette is about as American as fireworks bursting into a stars and stripes pattern on the Fourth of July.
After the rear of the 2014 Corvette Stingray was revealed just hours ago, the very first photo of the front of the seventh-generation of America’s sports car has also now hit the net. Continue Reading…
More information on the upcoming C7 Corvette emerged early this morning from a press conference in Detroit set to discuss the car’s all-new LT1 engine.
If you don’t think sculpting clay models can be cool, think again.
Perhaps you’ve seen the recent reports about leaked photos of the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette’s bumper. While still unconfirmed, a cease and desist order AutoGuide received today from a law firm representing Omega Tool Corp. demanding that the images be removed is a strong indicator of where there truth may lie.
Ed. Note: In order to avoid legal action by Omega Tool Corp., AutoGuide has removed the images of the rumored 2014 Chevrolet Corvette bumper. A video of the images (hosted privately on YouTube and embeded on AutoGuide.com) can, however, be viewed below.
The next generation Corvette should arrive in 2013 as a 2014 model, and today the front end of the new ‘Vette has been leaked thanks to a General Motors supplier.
The 23-second clip is not very informative, simply showing us a camo-clad Corvette cruising down the street. We get to see the quad exhaust running out the middle of the rear end, some big wheels and a little bit of the headlight design, which is reminiscent of the F12 Berlinetta and the new Viper going for a swept back more European look.
There have also been some rumors that the Corvette could move to a mid-mounted engine setup.We can’t be sure what the new Corvette will hold until it debuts, although it was leaked that it will be powered by a 6.2L V8 as the standard engine.
Watch the video below of the Corvette out testing.