Mike Furman of Criswell Corvette sent us a very cool video showing the arrival of the 2014 Corvette Stingrays to his dealership in Gaithersburg, MD. His first two cars received are a Black Stingray and a Lime Rock Green Stingray. In another post on the forum, we read that the black Corvette Stingray is already on its way to a customer on the west coast who will take delivery at a Chevy dealership in Oregon.
Inside the world of GTA 5, the cars are similar to their real world counterparts. In GTA 5, the Corvette is represented by the Coquette. Not an exact copy to be sure, but it does carry some interesting design elements of Corvettes both current and past into the digital world of Los Santos.
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Last week was definitely a bad time to be a building in Buffalo, N.Y.
A customized silver C5 Corvette became the third vehicle in less than a week to crash into a structure in that city.
Edmunds.com continues its series of road tests pitting the 2014 Corvette Stingray up against some of the world’s best cars. This week, they’re comparing Chevy’s sports car to the 2013 BMW M3, which after a long run is making its farewell journey into the world of used performance cars.
The new 2014 Corvette Stingrays just hit dealerships beginning last Friday and already one customer has taken his new C7 to Lingenfelter Performance Engineering for a couple of baseline runs on the dynojet.
New spy photos published today by Autoweek appears to reveal many new details regarding the highly anticipated 2015 Corvette Z07. The Corvette in the photos are well covered in camouflaged fabric, but we were still able to catch a glimpse of the how the new front end might look as well as the rear brake cooling ducts. Plus, this Corvette has some really big brakes!
An accident involving a county government leader made some news earlier this month in Arizona.
Maricopa County Supervisor Mary Rose Wilcox’s red C5 Corvette convertible (with light oak top) is smiling a little sideways these days – with the front bumper knocked loose and hanging on by only one side and the passenger’s side of the hood pointing toward the sky now.