The Chevrolet Corvette captured the world’s attention when it first rolled off the assembly line in 1953. Even statistics can’t explain the draw of a bright red Corvette.
Now, the Corvette is getting a complete overhaul. Engineered to defy convention, the 2014 Corvette will launch in the fall. Its new design dismisses the ritualistic and the cliché. Created to oppose the expected, abolish empty traditions and explore the unknown, the new Corvette is already a classic.
For the first time in decades, a stunning machine emerges with the aesthetic impact and the performance prowess worthy of the Stingray emblem. Two functional parts are all that remain of the past. The machine itself is entirely new. Yet familiar cues are still present: the Corvette’s distinct aeronautical lines and flowing, aerodynamic exterior. Its sleek fastback finish.
Consumers desired better fuel efficiency, style and safety – and the 2014 Corvette will deliver all of these.