[PICS] The ‘Big Nasty’ Corvette Z06 Meets Royalty

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[PICS] The 'Big Nasty' Corvette Z06 Meets Royalty
Photo Credit: Chevrolet Europe


Last weekend we shared some twitter photos of Corvette Racing’s Oliver Gavin having a Corvette Stingray delivered to his driveway. Gavin in a new ambassador for Chevrolet in Europe.

This week, teammate Jan Magnussen was in his home country of Denmark where he served as an ambassador of sorts as well, introducing America’s Big Nasty Z06 to Danish Royalty.

Jan was in Denmark where he will be driving a Chevrolet Camaro in the Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix. During today’s race reception at Copenhagen’s City Hall, he introduced the 2015 Corvette Z06 Coupe to Prince Joachim of Denmark.

The Danish Prince Joachim was accompanied by his youngest son, Prince Henrik as Jan showed off the new Corvette, coincidentally wearing the racing team’s Corvette Racing Yellow that Jan is so closely associated with.

In Jan’s twitter account, he captions the photos with “Met His Royal Highness Prince Joachim of Denmark today. Had to show him a decent car… #Z06 .


Jan, Prince Joachim of Denmark and the Z06


Jan, Prince Joachim of Denmark and the Z06


Jan, Prince Joachim of Denmark and the Z06


Chevrolet Europe was also there and shared these photos of Jan, the Prince and the Z06:

Jan, Prince Joachim of Denmark and the Z06


Jan, Prince Joachim of Denmark and the Z06


Jan, Prince Joachim of Denmark and the Z06



That looked like a fun event for Jan and the Prince. For many it was probably their first look at America’s super car so great job Jan and good luck this weekend in the Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix.


Source:
Jan Magnussen
Chevrolet Europe

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  1. We also hav a king and queen here Alexander and Maxima. Wouldn mind to drive a Corvette to them for showing of!

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