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Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Launches In Europe With A Special Surprise

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Launches In Europe With A Special Surprise

Europeans get the $6,245 Z51 Performance Package as standard equipment!

The current generation Chevrolet Corvette made its American debut back in 2019, and it went on sale shortly after. In fact, for the American market it already saw a few updates. But in Europe the mid-engine Corvette Stingray is just now going on sale. It will be offered in both coupe and convertible versions, and, for the first time in Corvette’s history it will be offered in both left- and right-hand drive.

Prices will vary depending on the market. For example in Germany the coupe is priced at €86,900 and the convertible at €93,400, while in UK the coupe is priced at £74,200 and the convertible at £79,200.

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Rare Versions Of American Cars You Probably Didn't Know About

Rare Versions Of American Cars You Probably Didn’t Know About

These are some of the rarest versions of iconic American cars. And each one has a European connection

When you think of iconic, classic American cars, Cadillac Coupe DeVille, Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Corvette, and Dodge Challenger are, often, some of the first to come to mind. And while each of them has had their fair share of special editions, we can’t help but wonder what classic American cars can be like, with a European twist. Whether it’s their design or an unusual engineering solution, these are the most obscure American classic cars ever to exist.

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Here's Your First Look At The 2023 Corvette Z06 Before You See It In An Upcoming Commercial

Here’s Your First Look At The 2023 Corvette Z06 Before You See It In An Upcoming Commercial

The Corvette Z06 has been spotted shooting for a commercial

After making us wait for an eternity, Chevy finally announced the launch date of the Corvette Z06 sometime back. A couple of days back, it revealed the first official non-camouflaged image. Now, it has been spotted while shooting for a commercial. This seems like a start because we’ll surely be seeing a lot of it in the coming weeks.

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Supercar Blondie's Ares Design S1 Is An Even More Unique Version Of An Already Unique Car

Supercar Blondie’s Ares Design S1 Is An Even More Unique Version Of An Already Unique Car

The C8 Corvette-based Ares Design S1 is indeed unique, but Supercar Blondie is taking it a step further

Supercar Blondie is showing us yet another incredible car – the Ares Design S1. We’ve known about the Italian boutique manufacturer for a while and some of their other projects include the Ares Panther and a two-door conversion for the Bentley Mulsanne. As for the Ares Design S1, clients will be able to get their cars next year, and Supercar Blondie will be the first one to get hers. However, as unique as the S1 is, she has planned something that will make hers one of a kind.

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Brace Yourselves: Chevy Has Revealed The First Official Non-Camouflaged Image Of The Corvette Z06!

Brace Yourselves: Chevy Has Revealed The First Official Non-Camouflaged Image Of The Corvette Z06!

Due to debut on 26th October, Chevy has revealed an image of the much-anticipated Corvette Z06’s sans any clothes!

Chevrolet is gearing up for the Corvette Z06’s reveal that’s less than a month away. To keep the hype going, the automaker has revealed the Z06 without any camouflage for the first time ever and it looks stunning! The company sure knows how to keep us excited.

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Emilia Hartford No Longer Has The Most Powerful C8 Corvette

Emilia Hartford No Longer Has The Most Powerful C8 Corvette

The FuelTech C8 Corvette dethrones Emilia Hartford’s C8. It boasts more Power and a quicker Quarter-mile Time

The Chevrolet Corvette C8 is one of the most desired sports cars on sale today. So much so that GM is having difficulties keeping up with demand. The C8 is the first mid-engine Corvette to make it to production and, even before the arrival of any performance versions, the new platform has already proven to be very capable. Speaking of performance, ever since YouTuber Emilia Hartford built her own twin-turbo C8 “Vette” – the most powerful one in the world – we knew the race was on. And now, someone else has built an even more powerful one.

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1962 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster with 700 miles comes up for sale at Barrett Jackson

1962 Chevrolet Corvette Roadster with 700 miles comes up for sale at Barrett Jackson

This rare one off Chevy Resto-mod is up for auction with No Reserve at the Inaugural Houston Auction

Craig Jackson, CEO of Barrett Jackson, takes us around this one-of-a-kind, gorgeous, and well-documented 1962 Corvette. This Corvette Resto-mod dubbed "Elegance" includes several subtle bespoke alterations that may go unnoticed because of its seamless clean style.

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Save The Date, Folks! The C8 Corvette Z06 Will Be Revealed On 26th of October This Year!

Save The Date, Folks! The C8 Corvette Z06 Will Be Revealed On 26th of October This Year!

Chevy has teased the Corvette Z06 in a short clip while also announcing its reveal date

Talks about the C8 Corvette Z06 started literally days after the C8 Corvette hit the scene. A lot of test mules have been spotted in the past and we’ve also heard what it sounds like. In fact, we have even seen in testing its launch control system at the Chevy’s proving grounds in Milford, Michigan.

Addressing all this once and for all and initiating a countdown, Chevrolet has announced the C8 Corvette Z06’s reveal date, and it’s just a little over two months at the time of penning this. 26 October 2021. Save the date, enthusiasts!

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Emelia Hartford's Orange Beast Is The Most Powerful C8 Corvette In The World!

Emelia Hartford’s Orange Beast Is The Most Powerful C8 Corvette In The World!

Emelia Hartford’s ’Phoenix’ now makes 1,400+ horses and is the world’s most powerful C8 Corvette!

Emelia Hartford is a YouTube sensation who has been at the top of her game in recent times. Although she has been around for quite some time, she hit the top gear courtesy of her record-setting C8 Corvette. Emelia and her team have worked impressively in the car to make it the world’s quickest C8 Corvette. Now, they’ve upped the ante and made it the world’s most powerful C8, thanks to the 1,400 horses working under the hood.

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The Chevrolet C8 Corvette Z06 Prototype Showed Up In the Most Unlikely Place

The Chevrolet C8 Corvette Z06 Prototype Showed Up In the Most Unlikely Place

Due to debut in a couple of months from now, the C8 Corvette Z06 has been spotted with skimpier clothing that reveal some design cues

The C8 Corvette Z06 has been spotted testing multiple times in the past. We’ve seen it in the company’s Proving Grounds in Michigan, then it was spotted testing alongside the Ferrari 458 Italia, and so on. It has been spotted again, but this time, lapping the Nürburgring. The Z06 prototype even loses the black fabric thus giving us a better glimpse of what’s different here.

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Pop-Up Headlights Were Cool, But Have You Seen The Corvette Manta-Ray's Pop-Up Taillights?

Pop-Up Headlights Were Cool, But Have You Seen The Corvette Manta-Ray’s Pop-Up Taillights?

The 1965 Manta-Ray not only inspired the C3 Corvette, but featured the most unique taillight design ever seen on a concept car

Throughout the years, there have been many design features associated with a certain time period. Cars from the 1950s often featured tons of chrome, fins, and sometimes exhaust tips integrated into the rear bumper. The 1980s saw the use of flared fenders, especially by tuning companies like Gemballa, Koenig, Strosek, and others. Pop-up headlights were also quite popular, but one car took things even further. The Mako Shark II (XP-830), also known as the Corvette Manta-Ray, was a concept that technically wasn’t produced, but that didn’t stop it from boasting some interesting design choices, especially with regards to its taillights.

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GM Was Smart Not To Produce The Four-Seater Corvette

GM Was Smart Not To Produce The Four-Seater Corvette

Meet the Chevrolet Corvette Sting Ray XP-796 that never saw the light of day

Manufacturers have created a number of weird one-off concepts and design studies over the years. Some were brilliant ideas, while others incorporated components that were later employed in other vehicles.

The folks at General Motor Design recently published photographs of a 1962 2+2 Corvette concept that never made it to production.

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