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[ACCIDENT] Stolen BMW SUV Crashes into a Corvette Stingray in NYC

[ACCIDENT] Stolen BMW SUV Crashes into a Corvette Stingray in NYC
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The driver of a BMW SUV that crashed into a C7 Corvette early Tuesday morning in Soho in Lower Manhattan remains on the run, police said.

[VIDEO] Watch a See-Thru Internal Combustion Engine in Slow Motion

[VIDEO] Watch a See-Thru Internal Combustion Engine in Slow Motion


It’s very rare that we post a video that doesn’t show a Corvette, but since the Corvette is powered by an internal combustion V8 engine, this video is very relevant.

Warped Perception uses a see-thru glass on a Briggs and Stratton internal Combustion engine to show how the fuel burning process inside an engine works. The video is filmed in 4K at 150 times slower than real time. It’s a great way to show Corvette owners what is happening inside their engines.

Top 12 Corvette Sales at the 2017 Mecum Kissimmee Auction

Top 12 Corvette Sales at the 2017 Mecum Kissimmee Auction


Another record setting sale is in the books for Mecum’s annual January visit to Central Florida. We’ve been attending Mecum’s Kissimmee auctions since the end of last century and we are still amazed at just how large this sale has become.

Chevrolet Extends its Partnership with Road America

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Well, this is interesting timing, wouldn’t you say?

Last week after the 2018 Corvette ZR1 failed to show at the 2017 North American International Auto Show, speculation quickly turned to Chevy making the debut of the C7 model at a race track. While the Rolex 24 at Daytona was named first, we were told no, it would happen later in the year, perhaps at Road America in August.

Corvette Body Spotted at GM Battery Lab Powers Rumors of an Electric ‘Vette

Corvette Body Spotted at GM Battery Lap Powers Rumors of an Electric 'Vette


Would you buy a hybrid or electric Corvette?

While the very idea might sound sacrilegious to some gas-loving enthusiasts, to others, it sounds like a great way to increase the performance of our favorite car, while continuing to remain environmentally friendly.

Corvette Shown to the World for the First Time on this Date in 1953

Corvette Shown to the World for the First Time on this Date in 1953


It was on January 17, 1953 that thousands of Americans would see the all new Chevrolet Corvette for the very first time. The two-seater sports car, which had been developed during 1952 became the star of GM’s Motorama show at New York’s Waldorf-Astoria.

[VIDEO] Custom XIK Widebody C7 Corvette Stingray by Ivan Tampi Customs

[VIDEO] Custom XIK Widebody C7 Corvette Stingray by Ivan Tampi Customs


We first learned of custom car builder Ivan Tampi when he debuted his custom XIK Widebody C7 Corvette Stingray at the 2015 SEMA Show.

SVE Unveils Limited Edition 800-hp YENKO Corvette Grand Sport

SVE Unveils Limited Edition 800-hp YENKO Corvette Grand Sport
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The YENKO Corvette is back!

Specialty Vehicle Engineering has unveiled their latest creation late last week ahead of its public reveal at the 2017 Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale. Utilizing the YENKO name under license, the YENKO Corvette is based on the all-new Corvette Grand Sport and only 50 will be offered in this limited edition run.

[GALLERY] Blue Monday (50 Corvette photos)

[GALLERY] Blue Monday (50 Corvette photos)


According to social scientists, the third Monday in January is known as “Blue Monday” – the saddest day of year! It’s calculated with a series of factors which include the weather, your debt level and the amount of time since failing your New Year’s Resolutions as well as other interesting factors like amount of time since Christmas and what your motivational levels are.

[PICS] Callaway Takes Over the Corvette Museum for 30th Anniversary Exhibit

[PICS] Callaway Takes Over the Corvette Museum for 30th Anniversary Exhibit


Thirty years ago, Callaway Cars became the first third-party company to have an official RPO code on a production Corvette. That code was B2K, an option which outfitted fully assembled Corvettes with twin turbos.

Today, Callaway Cars is one of the most respected automotive engineering companies in the world and so it only makes sense to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Callaway Cars and the 30 years that Callaway has pushed the design and engineering limits with its brand of specially produced Corvettes.

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