2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray/Z51

I’ve been waiting until the car show came to my city to start posting the late 2013, early 2014 model cars and concepts, but this just couldn’t wait. Yes, I am a Chevy dude and always have been, so those fans of “The American Muscle” mustang can exit stage left (LOL). Patience is at a negative right now, so here it is, if you haven’t seen it already, I introduce to you the 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray! Be on the lookout for some of my personal pictures from the Washington Dc Car Show!

Here are some of the specs, provided by: Car AND Driver

A naturally aspirated Gen V small-block 6.2-liter pushrod V-8 sits under the hood; it spins a rear-mounted transaxle via an aluminum torque tube. Dubbed the LT1, GM estimates the engine will make 450 horsepower and 450 lb-ft in base form, making it the most powerful standard Corvette to date and our (and GM’s) early estimate has 0–60 times clocking in at less than four seconds. Cylinder deactivation is standard, even with the manual transmission, and Chevy says the C7 will best the C6’s 26-mpg EPA highway estimate. Two active exhaust systems are available; the base setup uses its active valves to tame noise during four-cylinder cruising. An optional dual-mode system has extra valves that open a less-restricted path for airflow to both increase performance and sound bad-ass.

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Via: Car AND Driver

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