Here’s a quick interview with Corvette Product Manager Harlan Charles by Guy Gordon of the Mobility Makers podcast. Harlan talks about a range of items including the 2019 Corvette ZR1, as well as how Corvettes will survive in the coming age of autonomous vehicles. Harlan also talks about the Hot Wheels Camaro that is on display at the LA Auto Show and how that came together.
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If you just can’t wait to buy a 2019 ZR1 in the spring, then maybe you could whet your appetite for Chevy’s most powerful sports car with this 1991 ZR-1 currently up for sale on bringatrailer.com.
C7 owners don’t really need a survey to know how much they love their Stingrays.
But it’s still nice to get confirmation from an outside source that the Corvette coupe and convertible again have been chosen by their owners as the Most Loved Vehicles in America for 2017.
Our bonzai visit this week to the LA Auto Show was a rousing success in proving that I’m too old for one-day cross-country jaunts and that the 2019 Corvette ZR1 is incredible when viewed in person.
Both the ZR1 Coupe and Convertible models were on display with the high-wing ZTK package on the Watkins Glen Gray Coupe and a low-wing ZR1 Convertible featuring the Sebring Orange Design Package.
But don’t take my word for it.
The National Corvette Museum has announced four new inductees for the 2018 Corvette Hall of Fame. The inductees are John and Burt Greenwood in the Racing category, former Corvette Chief Engineer Tom Wallace in the GM/Chevrolet category, and Mid America Motorworks’ Mike Yager in the category of Enthusiast.
The four inductees will be recognized at the 21st Annual Corvette Hall of Fame ceremony on Friday, August 31, 2018 during the Museum’s 24th Anniversary Celebration.
Pictures of a huge crash are being shared on various Corvette facebook groups got our attention tonight! The pics show an Arctic White Corvette Z06 that went off-road and landed (or came to a rest) sideways on the front porch of a home in West Virginia.
The good news is that the driver was able to crawl out of the crashed Corvette Z06 and was talking on the phone when emergency workers arrived.
Happy Monday, Corvette Fans! Or what’s left of it!
We are headed to the LA Auto Show tomorrow to see the 2019 Corvette ZR1, but tonight we are still focused on presenting our Midyear Monday gallery! This week’s photo feature has 31 Corvettes that were built during the 1963-67 model years.
Chevrolet’s new ZR1 isn’t the only car making waves at the LA Auto Show.
California’s Aria Group unveiled the FXE Advanced Sports Car, an evolution of its 2017 concept car, in Los Angeles last week, and if you thought the 755 horsepower of the Chevy ZR1 was impressive, just take a look at the massive numbers produced by this mid-engine marvel.