Vettes in the News
You have to give Chevrolet credit for not letting any grass grow under the wheels of its new Corvette Stingray.
The seventh-generation car is due to be on the streets with real live owners very soon, but that hasn’t stopped GM President Mark Reuss from dreaming about the Stingray’s future.
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And then there was…no light?
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said this week that it is expanding its probe into complaints that low-beam headlights have suddenly quit working on some C6 Corvettes.
The investigation started in May after NHTSA received 30 reports that both low-beam headlights stopped operating at night without warning.
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We all know that Corvettes draw attention wherever they go.
Just ask the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office in North Carolina.
“I have had people to stop me at stoplights and tell me that was the coolest DARE car they have ever seen,” Cpl. Phillip Goodyear says. “…They love the thought of taking that type of vehicle from a drug dealer.”
Believe it or not, there’s a Corvette under that Batmobile.
After a year and a half of work a Texas man transformed his Corvette into his very own custom made bat car. John Salazar has always been into building all types of cars in his free time but this is definitely a challenge like never before.
Check out this news feature on John Salazar’s homemade Bat Car.
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It took Maureen Robinson a long time to be able to fully appreciate her father’s 1963 Corvette Sting Ray.
Her dad, Michael O’Brien, bought the light blue split window coupe in 1964 and seemed to have a sense early-on that one day it would become a collector’s item – in more ways than one.