The name has not been used since the mid-1970s, but Corvette continues to be a staple of the line-up of Chevrolet. The Corvette C6 is sold for eight years. This includes the ZR1 – the only LS9 receiver, the most powerful engine ever used in GM production cars. Corvette’s legacy rivals any European sports car. The first generation was launched in 1953, but this was the second called the Sting Ray – although the mako shark became one of the inspiration for its appearance.
The US favorite sports car is a legend in its own backyard, but the huge popularity at home has held this car back by allowing it to avoid the best European sports advanced standards. General Motors has never needed export volume.
Until now, that was, and the arrival of this seventh-generation Corvette. With this car, GM has expanded its horizons and ambitions, which is why the Corvette ‘C7’ has a lightweight aluminum frame, carbon fiber panel, direct fuel injection, and more. That is also why the name was renamed ‘Stingray’ – an honor given only to its two predecessors. But Chevrolet was not done there, exploring another name from its history in the form of a Grand Sport as a tribute to the 1963 racing car.
This version has gone through intensive retuning programs for Europe and is equipped with standard specifications that are far richer on our poolside than in the US. Although Europe attracts the Chevrolet brand, it is a car that Brits can buy – even though it is in the form of a left drive. Here’s the generation appearance of the mako shark car.
Chevrolet Corvette C7:
How? looks dashing, isn’t it? This car has become a public target because of the specifications and comfort when driving using it. So for those of you who are interested can immediately take him home.