As of this edit, the last of the C6 Corvettes have been produced in Bowling Green, KY. The C6 was introduced in 2005, and was another all-new design, just like the preceding C5 was all-new compared to the C4. The C6 continues the Corvette Team’s mission to improve on the previous generation in every category. […]
Our friends at Nook and Tranny have published a great technical resource for GM LS engines. We have reprinted the beginning of the article below. To see more, visit https://www.nookandtranny.com/Info_LSx.php
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We took these photos at the recent C5/C6 Bash, held at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, KY. Pictured below are shots of the new Centennial Edition Corvettes, identifiable by their unique 100 Years decals on the B-pillars (coupes) and rear quarters (convertibles). Other new items for 2012 are: new wheel options Carbon […]
This week we’re reviewing production numbers for the C5 Corvette, produced between 1997-2004. The development of this car and the engineers and stylists behind it are discussed in the book All Corvettes Are Red, a must-read for any C5 fan.
From a front splitter designed for improved high-speed down force to a rear-mounted battery for better weight distribution, engineers have been racing to make you a better Corvette. Click on the pic above for an expanded informative graphic depicting the eighteen different ways Corvette Racing’s engineering and development efforts trickle down to the ZR1 and […]