Time to break out your calculator and the 2017 Corvette Order Guide as Chevrolet released the full schedule for pricing the 2017 Corvettes late Tuesday afternoon. We already knew the starting MSRP pricing on all eight Corvette models which was revealed at the NCM Bash and now that pricing is out on the equipment groups and individual options, we have a complete picture to get started with ordering your new Corvette.
A lifelong obsession with building cars resulted in this one-of-a-kind 1975 Corvette that has even inspired a Hot Wheels model in its honor.
Las Vegas-based engineer Gary Reid bought a 1975 Corvette junker for $1,000 nearly 10 years ago, unaware that he was getting ready to embark on a very unusual journey with the car.
One of our favorite racers of all time will finally be back behind the wheel of a Corvette for this year’s running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
Johnny O’Connell, Corvette Racing legend and member of the Corvette Hall of Fame, has been named as one of the three drivers for Team AAI, the Taiwanese team that will be campaigning last year’s class winning Corvette C7.R in the LMGTE-AM class. O’Connell will be joined by Mark Patterson and Oliver Bryant.
Our favorite day of the week is here! On Mondays, we like to throw together a pictorial feature of C2 Corvettes that we call Midyear Monday!. Today’s photo gallery features 34 Corvettes built between 1963-1967.
Several of today’s featured Corvettes are actually owned by loyal readers who sent us their photos. If you have a C2 Corvette and would like to see it featured in a future Midyear Monday photo gallery, please drop me a line via firstname.lastname@example.org and if it’s post-worthy, you’ll see it soon on CorvetteBlogger.com.
Police are seeking help from witnesses of a two-vehicle crash involving a dark red Corvette on Thursday afternoon in Olalla, British Columbia, Canada.
It feels like silly season is upon us as these C8 Corvette rumors continue to abound. The latest comes from Car and Driver’s Technical Editor Don Sherman, who we like to remind people is a long-time Corvette owner. When Sherman has something to say about a next generation C8 Corvette, we listen like he’s EF Hutton.
Sherman’s bombshell in his report at Car and Driver is that the next generation C8 Corvette will be going to a mid-engine architecture only. The mid-engine project name is call ZERV, a nod to Zora’s experimental mid-engine test vehicles from the 1960’s known as CERV-1 and CERV-2. The C8 Corvette ZERV will feature two models, a base model powered by the current LT1 V8 as well as a high performance version powered by a new Corvette engine that is under development.
If there was ever a powerful example to show why slower vehicles are supposed to stay out the fast lane, this picture should be it.
Earlier this week, A truck driver making an illegal pass in the left lane caused a Corvette to crash on the A3 autobahn near Konigswinter, Germany.