In this category, you will find links to articles for all 8 generations of Corvettes. Below, you can click on any link to go directly to the Category for that specific Generation.
We love Corvette history at Vette Vues Magazine. In each Corvette magazine issue, we take a look at the evolutions of the Corvette as well as the people that made the hobby what it is today.
Chevrolet introduced the 1953 Corvette on January 17, 1953, at the New York’s Waldorf Astoria hotel during the General Motors Motorama. The little Polo White vintage Corvette was a big hit and soon was in the dealerships.
We have articles and features on vintage Corvettes all the way through the new C8 mid-engine Corvettes. Learn what made each model year unique, its options, and specifications.
CATEGORY SEARCH BY CORVETTE GENERATION
The Chevrolet Corvette is a sports car that has been manufactured by Chevrolet since 1953. The first model, the C1, was introduced in 1953 and was followed by the C2 in 1963, the C3 in 1968, the C4 in 1984, the C5 in 1997, the C6 in 2005, and the C7 in 2014, and the C8 in 2020. We have created a category for each generation of Corvette so you can learn more about each one.
To help you navigate the Corvette information, we have it broken down into Corvette Generations (C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6, C7, and C8) so you can look for a specific Gen and Corvette model year of interest to you.
C1 (1953 – 1962) The Birth Of A Legend
C2 (1963 – 1967) The Stingray Era
C3 (1968 – 1982) The Shark Models
C4 (1984 – 1996) Turning point for the Corvette
C5 (1997 – 2004) Game-changer for the iconic American sports car
C6 (2005 – 2013) Redesigned For The Future
C7 (2014 – 2019) A Whole New Generation Of Corvettes
C8 (2020 – Present) Mid-engine sports car
We also share a lot of vintage Corvette magazine ads as well as old Corvette brochures.