Here are three new photos of the 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible which just went on display at the PalExpo in Geneva, Switzerland. Since Chevrolet’s press conference isn’t until 2:30 AM ET on Tuesday, March 5th, real details on the next generation ragtop Corvette are still scarce.
These new photos show the Stingray Convertible from the rear. Like the front the car, there are some great lines on the rear that we know contribute to its slipperiness. As it was developed in the wind tunnel, we know that every line matters.
We also like the looks of the raised headrest platforms behind the seats on the rear deck which looks much more aggressive when compared to the twin humps found on the C6’s convertible rear deck.
From the front photos released on Saturday, we can see the familiar “waterfall” between the two seats is there. On these rear-looking photos, you can see two creases which flow from the waterfall area and become more pronounced at the end of the car.
You will notice an absence of the air intake vents that appear on the Coupe and that makes sense as they would be on the portion of the rear deck that opens and closes when the top is put up and down.
One other feature to note is that this particular Corvette is an automatic which you can see in both pictures when the top is down.
Here are the three new photos of the 2014 Corvette Stingray plus we included the two photos released Saturday.
With the car on display at the Geneva Motor Show, we’ll be watching twitter and facebook as we’re pretty sure pics will become available fairly rapidly.
We’ll also be counting down the hours until the official reveal which will take place at 2:30 am tonight (March 5th). If you can’t watch the reveal live, the replay of the Stingray’s press conference will be shown.
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