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Corvettes

First Look: 2015 Corvette's New Daytona Orange Sunrise Exterior

When GM’s Corvette Team came to Corvettes at Carlisle last weekend, they were unable to bring a fully painted Corvette wearing a new for 2015 color called Daytona Orange Sunrise. But they did bring an example of the new color in the form of a painted fuel door.

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OFFICIAL: 2014 Corvette Stingray Production Totals 37,288

by Keith Cornett on August 25, 2014

OFFICIAL: GM Production of 2014 Corvette Stingrays Totals 37,288

Earlier this month we ballparked 2014 Corvette Stingray production at just over 36,500 units which takes into account the 35,523 known VINs plus an additional 1,050 for the Premiere Editions.

But we were too low in our estimate.

GM officially revealed at last weekend’s Corvettes at Carlisle show that 37,288 Corvettes were built during the 2014 model year.

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Donation of 1954 Corvair Motorama 1/25 Scale Model to Benefit the Chip Miller Charitable Foundation

If you’re at Corvettes at Carlisle this weekend, make sure you check out our friends at Scale Visions who specialize in making custom scale models of Corvettes and other vehicles. One of the featured models this weekend will help raise money and awareness for the Chip Miller Charitable Foundation.

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Chevrolet Announces MSRP for 2015 Corvette Z06 Will Start at $78,995

Chevrolet has finally answered the question that has kept Corvette enthusiasts wondering since the 2015 Corvette Z06 was introduced back in January at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit: How much is America’s newest supercar going to cost?

Well that answer arrived this morning and it’s going to put a smile on your face.

The all-new 2015 Corvette Z06 Coupe with 650 hp will start at an MSRP of $78,995. The Corvette Z06 Convertible will start at $83,995. Prices include the $995 destination fee.

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[SAVE THE STINGRAYS] Black C7 Corvette on Forgelines Is Latest Crash Victim

Add another C7 to the growing list of Stingrays that have “drowned,” so to speak.

This black 2014 Corvette, sitting atop some Forgeline GA3R wheels, was once a great-looking car, but no longer.

It’s now sitting in an insurance company’s holding lot and will be sold through Insurance Auto Auctions.

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[Operation Air Flow] Episode 3: Dyno Time for our CORSA Exhaust and Intake Install

It’s time to button up Operation Air Flow. In Episode 1 we installed a CORSA carbon fiber intake on our 2009 Corvette coupe with the help of our friends at Smokey’s Dyno and Performance. Then in Episode 2 they helped us bolt on a CORSA Sport performance exhaust system. Prior to each episode we ran our C6 on the dyno at Smokey’s so we could compare the stock horsepower and torque numbers to those after each component was installed. Now it’s time to share the results.

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The Ice Bucket Challenge Filmed with the 2015 Corvette Stingray's PDR

Here’s a clever twist on the popular ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that’s sweeping through Social Media these days.

Courtney Moats is interning in the Chevrolet PR department and she took part in the ice bucket challenge on Tuesday at the Milford Proving Grounds where the Corvette Team was hosting the first rides in the 2015 Corvette Stingray.

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[PICS] 2015 Corvette Stingray in Shark Gray

by Keith Cornett on August 20, 2014

[PICS] 2015 Corvette Stingray in Shark Gray

We had a unique opportunity on Tuesday to drive the new 2015 Corvette Stingray at the Milford Road Course, the private track located on GM’s Mildford Proving Grounds. One of the cars that was provided to the auto-journalists in attendance was the very first 2015 Corvette Stingray wearing VIN 00001.

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[PICS] Corvette Reunion: The Biggest and Best Yet!

by Rick Tavel on August 20, 2014

Corvette Reunion: The Biggest and Best Yet!

The Corvette Reunion and Back to the Bricks events welcomed hundreds of thousands of spectators and participants in downtown Flint, for their largest and most successful event since the show’s inception. This is quite an accomplishment when you consider that just sixty miles to the south of the historic city the world’s largest one day automotive event, the Woodward Dream Cruise, was taking place.

But as in the past years it did not seem to limit the exuberant crowds that flocked to the “vehicle city”, birthplace of the Corvette, to view almost 800 Corvettes and several thousand other muscle, performance, custom and classic cars on display in what has been recognized as one of the top twenty automotive events in the country, Corvette Reunion/Back to the Bricks show.

But what takes place each year in Flint is more than a car show, it has become a lifestyle event encompassing support activities throughout the prior week and a place where car enthusiasts can enjoy cars of all descriptions from the finest restorations and customs, to state of the art restomods; blue chip investment classics to rusted out rat rods; show cars and cars in various stages of completion; and, of course, the icing on the cake are the hundreds of Corvettes that have become a feature of the event. And the commonality for all the cars is the outgoing owners more than willing to tell you the interesting stories about their rides.

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[STOLEN] 1965 Corvette Stolen During the Woodward Dream Cruise

The 20th Annual Woodward Dream Cruise turned into a nightmare for a couple from Rochester Hills, Michigan.

Gordon and Arlene Ondrisek were enjoying the annual Dream Cruise with friends the way they have for years when they decided to take a break and get some grub at the Pita Café in downtown Birmingham, Michigan on Saturday.

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