A 1985 Corvette sparked Steve Clinkinbeard's love for the car, so he sought out to collect one from every year the C4 Corvette was in production.
Vintage vehicles owned by Leroy Gonzalez, a Tampa real estate developer, are being auctioned. Dozens of classic car enthusiasts got a preview of vehicles on the auction block in Seffner.
General Motors Co. and the United Auto Workers Local 2164 came to an agreement Friday afternoon on the use of temporary workers at the Chevrolet Corvette plant in Kentucky, avoiding layoffs of those employees. The dispute over retaining temporary workers at Bowling Green Assembly could have led to the cancellation...
The high-end supercar segment is a little like Formula 1 racing—it's a club that doesn't include many Americans. Of the nearly 800 drivers who've ever competed in the series, fewer than 7 percent have been Americans, and a pitiful number of them have won many races, with the last to do so being Italian-born Mario Andretti—in 1978. Perhaps not coincidentally, of all the hyper- and supercars available globally, just a meager handful are built here in pickuptruckland—mostly at boutique shops like Hennessey, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus, and SSC North America—and mostly at seven-figure prices.
Steve Clinkinbeard of Kansas amassed a collection of red fourth-generation Chevrolet Corvettes that included one from each model year. Now he's selling them at a Mecum Auctions event.
Few nameplates are as historic or carry as much weight as Chevrolet’s Corvette. Since 1953, the Corvette has been seen as America’s sports car with two doors, powerful engines, two rear seats, and power going to the rear wheels. The Corvette formula has remained constant since its inception. With Ford spinning the Mustang into an electric SUV and the Hummer turning into an all-electric spinoff under the GMC brand, Chevrolet believes that now is the time to use the Corvette name for its own sub-brand.
The word ‘icon’ gets bandied about a lot, but in the case of the Chevrolet Corvette, it is very, very appropriate. The Corvette truly is an American icon. The first mass-produced sports car with a fibreglass body, it was beautiful, it was sleek and it was… a bit of a flop. Yes, it might seem impossible to believe given the Corvette is still in production today, but the early Corvette failed to capture the hearts of American buyers. It wasn’t until 1955, when they offered a V8, that sales picked up (in fact, of all Corvettes built in ’55, only 6 didn’t have the optional V8). Time, however, has been kind to those misunderstood pre-1955 cars, and they now stand as an attractive, hugely popular classic option. Take a look at this 1954 Corvette, and you’ll soon see why.
Who doesn’t love a mid-engined V8 sports car with supercar style? It’s easy to be wowed by the Chevrolet Corvette C8 and quite right too: it looks incredible and goes fast. It’s a real poster car. But it’s also a worthy and significant winner for a whole...
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This Is The Sorriest, Smoked Corvette C7 Z06 You Will Ever See. In the spirit of the moment that the Chevrolet Corvette Z06 inspires many headlines around the world, we have another Z06. The opposite of a barn-find video, here, on the YouTube channel ScrapLife Garage, they find the cheapest...
What’s the difference between a supercar and a sports car? Most of us think we know where the boundaries between the two lie, but there’s also the fact that nowadays, sports cars make last-decade’s-supercar-levels of power; some are supercar-levels of stylish too. Take the Chevrolet Corvette Z06...
This 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Nomad was previously owned by Bruce Willis, the A-list star of countless films including the Die Hard series of Christmas movies, Pulp Fiction, The Last Boy Scout, The Fifth Element, and Moonrise Kingdom. This Nomad has been given a few upgrades over the years including...
The Corvette becoming both an EV SUV and a sedan isn't the Christmas cheer we had hoped for. The post We Regret to Inform You Chevrolet Is Making a Corvette SUV appeared first on MotorBiscuit.
The Chevrolet C8 Corvette Z06 is the performance version of the standard Stingray model. It comes with a whole lot of goodies and Chevy charges nearly $40,000 extra for it over the standard Stingray. The highlight is the all-new LS6 V-8, accompanied by a slew of mechanical and aerodynamic upgrades that make this a serious threat to cars like the 911 GT3. Here are 10 interesting and stand-out features of the 2023 C8 Corvette Z06.
The idea of making the Chevrolet Corvette a separate brand isn’t new. There have been reports about it for more than three years, or since the eighth generation of the American sports car made its debut. The latest one comes from Car and Driver, which claims to have insider...
Adding an EV SUV and sedan to the Corvette brand could weaken the Corvette name if GM does not avoid these mistakes. Adding an EV SUV and sedan to the Corvette brand could weaken the Corvette name if GM does not avoid these mistakes. The Corvette brand spinoff is obviously...