2014 Chevrolet Corvette Video

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The much anticipated Stingray is back. Chevrolet introduces the all-new 2014 Corvette with dramatic restyling, a hefty interior upgrade and an advanced assortment of new mechanical components.

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Powered by a new 6.2-liter V-8 engine that makes 450 horsepower and 450 pounds-feet of torque, this seventh-generation Corvette is longer, lighter, lower and wider. Chevrolet estimates that the new 'Vette will do zero to 60 mph in less than four seconds, thanks to the help of a new seven-speed manual transmission with rev matching or an available six-speed automatic.

Interior highlights include a choice of two seats — with one for competitive track driving — a standard 8-inch touch-screen with Chevy MyLink multimedia system, carbon fiber accents and aluminum trim. Cars.com reviewer Kelsey Mays explains why he thinks the new 2014 Corvette, which is set to go on sale later this summer, will make a big impression. Watch the video below.

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John Tanner

I'm am on my 2nd C6 and can't wait to savor its very possible replacement. Too bad GM has no 8 speed auto to compete with the big kids.

sheth

the rumormill suggested they would use 8 speed from Aisin but its obvious that GM has decided to wait on its on 8 speed units. I expect you will see one by second model year.

shy.tack

Initially I was wary of the look, but now I like it. Definitely built on the reputation of stout sveltness, and it brings back the sinister look of the 2nd generation.

Still don't like the lights though. Chevy's stamping those lights on every one of their cars.

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