GM Asia-Pacific revealed today, for the Japanese market, the Corvette S-Limited, a 30 units limited edition priced at ¥7,980,000 ($75,475). The special edition Corvette is offered in two body colors: 15 units in Black and 15 in Arctic White.

2008 Chevrolet Corvette S-Limited
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The Corvette S-Limited features full leather-wrapped interior package, a rear spoiler and mesh grille-work.

The car will go on sale on July 4th and celebrates GM’s 100th anniversary.


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  (1024) posted on 07.5.2008

Not the only ones but the ones most responsible. Barely scraping 75hp/L and instead using higher displacements while the performance was just as cheap. Changing too late is only ignorance and they would not have even bothered if it had not been for the fuel crises.

  (520) posted on 07.4.2008

AK, i`m not defending GM, but they not the only ones responsible for the state of the environment, all the car builders are, GM are responsible for trying to change to late.

  (1024) posted on 07.3.2008

GM has been making cars for a hundred years? That would explain why the enviroment is in this state.

  (520) posted on 07.2.2008

fantastic car to celebrate 100 years of GM!

  (31) posted on 07.2.2008

the corvette is already a nice and it just got nicer.

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