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In preparing this Grand Sport to compete in the growing niche of street-car racing, Brian Thomson elected to go with a naturally aspirated engine—a 442-cid LS7 with 740 horsepower.
Snake Bite Kit
A 700-horsepower C2 restomod proves the perfect cure for a Viper affliction.
Sports Car Reborn
After years of anticipation, we finally get to drive a C7 and find the 2014 Stingray to be a dramatically different Corvette.
From 1987 to 1991, Chevrolet sold turbocharged Corvettes. It didn’t build the engines, however; that work was done by Callaway Cars.
21st Century Design
The 2014 Corvette makes a bold styling statement, but its looks were dictated by engineering demands. We explain the collaborative design process behind the C7’s creation and offer an analysis of the results.
Still in the hands of its original owner, this mid-year big-block convertible sports a 502-cubic-inch V8 and a host of other mods.
Considering the relative rarity of her 2009 Corvette, this owner was loathe to modify it—but given her day job, she had little choice but to broaden its horizons.
Behind the Scenes
We take an insider’s look at the development of the 2014 Corvette Stingray, from the building of early prototypes to the testing of production-ready vehicles.
All the World's a Stage
Emphasizing its international aspirations for America’s sports car, Chevrolet debuted the 2014 Corvette Stingray convertible in Switzerland.
Four hundred and five horsepower for roughly $20K—the C5 Z06 is a car that turns buyers into true believers.
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