We can always count on Chevrolet chief engineer, Tadge Juechter, to lay the smackdown on anyone who wants to take potshots at his beloved C7 Corvette. During the yearly C5/C6 Bash at the Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky, Juechter quickly dispelled any and all myths about the C7 Corvette, including one where environmental regulations would force Chevy to strip the next-generation C7 of all of its appendages.

Despite still being a few years away from production, Juechter made it poignantly clear that there will be no emasculating the C7 Corvette and reports saying on the contrary are nothing more than punches in the air.


Source: Corvette Blogger

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  (216) posted on 10.15.2010

Let’s just hope it’s smaller, lighter and has a halfway decent interior. I’ve always loved Corvettes but I’d never own one — just too cartoonist and cheap feeling. If they can reel in the styling and build some quality into it, I might just be there

  (291) posted on 10.13.2010

The flagship sports/top performance vehicles are usually not under the luxury brand name, unless you’re already a luxury car company. Think about it... the fastest track models will be strip down version of the car. Look at GM, Nissan, Ford, Chrysler....etc. You may get a model for the luxury brand but flagship performance vehicle.... nope. Performance can do without luxury, not the other way around.

  (808) posted on 05.16.2010

Maybe they wanted it to be surprise to the public. Or to make a dramatic entrance.

  (666) posted on 05.13.2010

Why are they so defensive? For all I know they’ve already release tons of image of the c7 already..

  (555) posted on 05.12.2010

I really don’t get it, why this video didn’t show up the next generation C7 Corvette. Its so annoying.

  (428) posted on 05.12.2010

I think you’re getting your panties in a wad over nothing. He’s saying "don’t believe everything you read." The article says what might be in the next Corvette.

  (544) posted on 05.11.2010

Well, if the immission is the problem, chevy should also put this into hybrid technology, like what the Porsche did on their 911 turbo.

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