Last week, the Australian car magazine Wheels broke an exclusive report about the trouble that General Motors is having in securing a trademark in the land of Oz for its crossed-flags Corvette logo. Specifically, the Corvette logo trademark has been denied multiple times due to protections that Australian intellectual property laws grants to the Red Cross.
However, after reading the article and reaching out to the author who wrote the story, we believe the bigger news is that General Motors, in securing a trademark for its Corvette logo in Australia, is laying the foundation for the future importation of the rumored Mid-Engine Corvette codenamed Zora or ZoraZR1.
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A silver C5 Corvette was one of three vehicles involved in a Texas crash that injured four people Thursday night in San Angelo.
Officer Joshua Younts of the San Angelo Police Department reported that a teenage male was headed north on Bryant Boulevard and attempted to turn left onto Knickerbocker Road. In the process, he hit a Hyundai headed southbound on Bryant, with the impact causing the Corvette to then strike a Ford Escape making a right turn onto Bryant from Knickerbocker.
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Each week, Criswell Chevrolet’s Mike Furman delivers new Corvette Stingrays and Z06s to his customers who come from all parts of the country to work with the nation’s top Corvette seller.
This week, Mike shares some sad news with the passing of young Corvette fan from Leukemia. Over 20 deliveries are shared this week and the truckloads of Corvettes (five this week alone) continue to arrive.
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Thanks to NewGMParts.com, we have an interesting infographic to share which shows sixty-three years of Corvette Horsepower.
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Today was a fun day for Corvette Racing driver Oliver Gavin. This morning he sent out a cryptic tweet suggesting something special was on the way. And when that special something finally arrived, even the rainy weather in the Englishman’s home town of Yardley Hastings couldn’t dampen his spirits when he saw his Arctic White Corvette Stingray Z51 for the first time.
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How do you make any year or model of Corvette even more bad-ass than they already are? Put them in the hands of Johnny Law!
Corvettes have a long history of being used by police departments everywhere from DARE anti-drug show cars to being used as pursuit vehicles. Whatever the reason, nothing screams faster than fast than a Corvette with a police livery and an emergency light bar flashing.
So for a special Friday image gallery, we present these really cool Corvette police cars. Do you have a favorite Corvette in this week’s gallery? Let us know and be sure to share this page on Twitter and Facebook.
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One thing about Corvettes: You can count on constant innovations and improvements to the car every year.
Just check out this announcement Tuesday by Continental Structural Plastics, a supplier of body panel materials for the 2016 Stingray.
By becoming the first production model to use the TCA® Ultra Lite™ material, the new Stingray coupe has shaved 20 pounds off its total weight.
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Now that the C5, C6, and C7 are here, some people don’t have as much respect for the C4.
But back in the day, those of us old enough can remember what a significant change the 1984 Corvette represented over the C3.
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I finally took the plunge and test-drove a C7 Corvette last weekend.
My brief five minutes behind the wheel of a seven-speed Torch Red Z51 Coupe made me an instant believer in all the hoopla about Chevrolet’s latest generation of America’s Sports Car.
Going from the first year of the fifth generation (I have a 1997 Torch Red Coupe) to the first year of the seventh generation in one day showed me just how much the car has been improved, not that the C5 is a bad car by any means, though.
Continue reading “Corvette Beats Porsche to Win J.D. Power’s 2015 APEAL Study”