2014 chevrolet corvette stingray at 2013 NAIAS
jan 14, 2013
2014 chevrolet corvette stingray at 2013 NAIAS


2014 chevrolet corvette stingray at NAIAS

 

 

unveiled at the 2013 NAIAS in detroit, the 2014 chevrolet corvette stingray is introduced as the companies ‘most powerful
standard model ever’, producing an estimated 450 horsepower and 450 lb-ft of torque from its 6.2L direct injected LTI
small-block V8 engine. capable of accelerating from 0-60 in less than four seconds and achieve more than 1g in cornering grip,
it is also expected to be the most fuel-efficient vette, averaging approximately 26 mpg.

 

sharing only two parts with the previous generation model, it incorporates an all-new frame structure and chassis,
a new powertrain and supporting technologies, as well as completely new exterior and interior designs featuring real
carbon fiber, aluminum and hand-wrapped leather materials.

 

 

front 3/4 drivers side view

 

 

‘like the ’63 sting ray, the best corvettes embodied performance leadership, delivering cutting-edge technologies,
breathtaking design and awe-inspiring driving experiences,’ said GM north america president mark reuss.
‘the all-new corvette goes farther than ever, thanks to today’s advancements in design, technology and engineering.’

 

 

rear 3/4 drivers side view

 

 

passenger side view

 

 

completely redesigned rear view

 


redesigned front view

 

 

front 3/4 top view

 

 

top view

 

 

exterior styling

 

 

carbon fiber roof

 

 

headlight detail

 

 

 

taillight detail

 

 

corvette badging

 

 

interior cockpit

 

 

leather stitching detail and media

 

 

leather seats

 

 

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