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Photos have leaked of a covered Chevrolet Corvette riding solo in an airplane. Continue Reading...
The ZR1 has been caught with less camouflage and lapping the Nurburgring. Continue Reading...
Spy photographers have snapped photos of a convertible C7 ZR1 prototype testing at GM’s Proving Grounds. Continue Reading...
The 2017 Detroit Auto Show is sure to bring some pleasant surprises to kick off the New Year. Continue Reading...
The Mercedes-AMG GT R is fast around the Nurburgring, but just how fast? Continue Reading...
New spy shots have revealed the ZR1’s big wing. Continue Reading...
Spy photographers have given us the best look yet at the 2018 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. Continue Reading...
Looks like Chevy is working on a new Corvette ZR1. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet has just trademarked ‘ZR1,’ signaling the return of the iconic Corvette model. Continue Reading...
Is Chevrolet looking to bring its Corvette even further upmarket? Continue Reading...
Dietary fiber is good for the body. Among its many benefits, plant-based roughage speeds digestion, helps stave off hunger and can even lower cholesterol levels. Doctors are always urging their patients to eat more of the stuff. Continue Reading...
We are back with this week’s installment of AutoGuide’s newest, interactive weekly feature ‘Commute, Toy or Destroy’. Continue Reading...
The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray hasn’t even hit dealerships yet, but the rumor mill is already churning on possible powerplants for the next Z06 and ZR1 high-performance models. Continue Reading...
When was the last time a car’s braking performance made headlines? Or when a vehicle’s defining feature was listed as its ability to come to a stop in a hurry? Continue Reading...
Generally, cars are slightly more expensive in Canada then they are in the United States, but contrary to the trend, the SRT Viper GTS actually costs $400 less if you purchase it north of the border. Continue Reading...
Guy Fieri of Food Network fame, among many other things, will officially be the pace car driver piloting the 2013 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 pace car at the upcoming Indy 500. Continue Reading...
Just announced as the pace car for the 96th Indy 500, the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 will be the most powerful to fulfill the role in history. Continue Reading...
Shoving small block engines into short bed, half-ton trucks is nothing new. But a supercharged LS9 from a Corvette ZR1 into a Chevrolet Silverado pickup? Now that’s something worth checking out. Aside from the side exit exhaust on the truck – which is a pretty common modification on Silverados – absolutely nothing else has been… Continue Reading...
One of America’s most iconic sports car is due for a refresh and now renderings of the new Chevrolet Corvette C7 has hit the Internet thanks to hours of hard work from Jalopnik who got a glimpse of the next generation They decided to do all of us automotive nuts a favor, whipping up… Continue Reading...
Lingenfelter Performance Engineering has been hard at work tuning the LS9 found in 2009-2012 Chevrolet Corvettes, and now has three engine packages for those hungry for more horsepower. The first, offers up to 680-hp thanks to a supercharger pulley upgrade, while the remaining two are both supercharger system upgrades, one of which brings power output… Continue Reading...
To showcase just how much a few small changes can mean, Chevrolet took the updated 2012 Corvette ZR1 to the Nurburgring, knocking 6 seconds off the car’s previous best time set back in 2008. The new 7:19.63 lap time was set by Corvette engineer Jim Mero and is a solid three seconds off the Viper… Continue Reading...
A big-name outlet like Edmunds.com may get a lot of sports cars, but it’s not all burnouts and apexes—they have to pay for them as well. So they tallied up the fuel costs among 9 sports cars over one month to see what $4-gallon gas gets you these days if you’re not schlepping about in… Continue Reading...
Even though owners are themselves putting together these engines, once assembled, each of the LS7 and LS9 motors in the program, is still backed by GM’s 5-year 100,000 mile warranty, just like any other. Continue Reading...