Holiday Shopping for Corvettes – New, Used or Classic?

Part 1 of a 3-part series. With the approach of holiday season, the Black Fridays and Cyber Mondays and all the shopping battles in between that are being fought online, in stores and on TV, one question hits home with the Corvette buying audience.  You’re in the market for a Corvette, so what should you […]

Biggest Stories Out Of The 2013 NY Auto Show

The 2013 NYC Auto Show was held from March 29th to April 7th this spring and that means a number of new concept cars, soon to be released models, and new technologies were unveiled and showed off to show attendees. Which of these big unveilings made headlines most? Here are a few of our favorites […]

Rumors about The New 2014 Corvette C7

Auto manufacturers are always trying to hide their newest production run for as long as possible. Because every little curve, cut or other bit of tooling could make for the next great-looking car, automotive companies like Chevrolet try their hardest to keep visual details under wraps while happily touting most of the technical information, like […]

Chevrolet Releases Details of the C7 Corvette Engine

Chevrolet unveiled the upcoming 2014 Corvette’s engine today. Details include: 6.2-liter V-8 anticipated 26 mpg city rating 450 horsepower at 6,000 rpm 450 pound-feet of torque at 4,000 rpm retains the OHV and cam-in-block configuration of previous small-block engines supposed to be one of the most fuel-efficient engines ever feature Active Fuel Management, GM’s moniker for cylinder deactivation, which […]

New C7 Corvette Emblem Revealed

Last Thursday, General Motors revealed the new emblem for the C7 Corvette, due out for the 2014 model year. Design chief Ed Welburn stated that the emblem is ““much more modern, more technical and more detailed than before, underscoring the comprehensive redesign of the entire car.” We’re excited about the new C7 design, and getting to […]