Any way you slice it, the C7 Corvette has been a success.
The Corvette has won multiple awards for performance and quality since being introduced as a 2014 model.
As you’ve probably heard by now, we didn’t get to see a new Corvette model introduced in Detroit at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) this year. GM’s focus was clearly set on the booming crossover utility market as they rolled out the 2018 Chevy Traverse and Traverse High Country. Prior to showing the new SUV’s they also showed (again) the refreshed Equinox and the newly appointed North American Car of the year – the Chevy Bolt. The recently launched Volt, Cruze, Camaro ZL1, and Malibu also had prominent spots in the Chevrolet display as well.
It’s Monday so here is your now obligatory Midyear Monday Corvette photo gallery!
This week’s selection of images features 42 photos of Corvettes built during the mid-1960s.
Thanks again to those that submitted photos of their Midyear Corvettes for the gallery. The featured image of the 1964 Corvette above was submitted by a Corvette owner in Sweden! If you want to see your car here, just email a photo or two to [email protected] and we’ll add it to our archive.
With the Corvette Team skipping the 2017 North American International Auto Show for the public debut of the 2018 Corvette ZR1, speculation is high on both where and when they will decide to make the latest C7 public.
We know the car is getting closer to reality based on the various on-going testing we’ve seen with the “big wing” C7. The 2018 Corvette ZR1 was recently spied without its covers and just last week it was spotted testing in the snow as these cold winter spy shots show.
A fine example of Zora Arkus-Duntov’s response to the Shelby Cobra in the 1960s is up for sale at the upcoming 427 L88 that was basically a factory-prepared track vehicle.
Corvette Racing’s Marcel Fassler leaves the pit box in the No.4 Corvette C7.R to start Saturday’s afternoon practice session at Daytona International Speedway. Rainy weather from the winter storm that is sweeping the southeast has left the track wet and sometimes unpredictable on cold tires:
We recently had a request for a first generation Corvette gallery and since its been a little bit since we’ve run some C1 Corvette photos, we figured the time was right!
Today’s Corvette photo gallery is dedicated to those who love the classic lines, chrome and coves on the Corvettes known as the Straight Axles! So here are 50 random Corvette images featuring cars built from 1953-1962.