The soft-top version of the Corvette Stingray was unveiled during the Geneva Motor Show Acton, Mass. (March 07, 2013) – The Haartz Corporation, a leading global manufacturer of soft top convertible material, announced today it is supplying the convertible topping for the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. After the dramatic unveiling of the Corvette Stingray at the
Industry’s First Ductile Iron-Gray Iron Rotor Design Offers Up to 18 Percent Weight Savings, Higher Performance PLYMOUTH, Mich., February 27, 2013 – SANLUIS Rassini, a leading automotive supplier of suspension and brake components in North America, was selected by the Chevrolet Corvette engineering team for its unique two-piece rotor design, which offers significant weight savings
Legendary Author, Designer and Racer to Attend Event for the First Time Ever July 2013 CARLISLE, PA – As Corvettes at Carlisle celebrates 50 years of the 1963 Stingray and 60 years overall of the Corvette, it’s only fitting that the best all-Corvette-themed event in the world welcomes someone who played a crucial role
CORVETTE RACING AT LIME ROCK: Second Place for Garcia, Magnussen Hard-charging effort pays off with another podium finish LAKEVILLE, Conn. (July 6, 2013) – Corvette Racing’s Antonio Garcia and Jan Magnussen stood on the podium at Lime Rock Park for the second straight season with a runner-up finish Saturday in the American Le Mans Northeast
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Pace Car Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix GM North America President Mark Reuss takes a spin around the Grand Prix track to show us what it’s like behind the wheel of the new Stingray.
Our featured Corvette today is the 1964 Chevrolet Corvette XP-819 Prototype which was sold in 2002 at RM Sotheby’s Monterrey Sports and Classic Car Auction for $148,500. Mike Yager, the founder of Mid America Motorworks, a Corvette and VW parts and accessories supplier based in Effingham, Ill., bought the rear-engine XP-819. The XP-819 was scheduled for
Inducted into the Bloomington Gold Great Hall in 2010, our next feature car is a 1956 Sebring Corvette Racer and was owned by John and Sally Neas. This car is the only 1956 production Corvette in the Sebring event. As Chevrolet’s Chief Engineer, Ed Cole pushed to make the 1953 Motorama show car a Chevrolet
Release January 2009 – Edward Welburn was named vice president of GM Design North America on October 1, 2003, becoming the sixth design leader in GM history. On March 1, 2005, Welburn was named to the newly created position of GM vice president, Global Design, and the first to lead all of the company’s global