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The Corvette

The Corvette is a sports car manufactured by the Chevrolet division of General Motors.  The first 1953 model of the car was originally manufactured in Flint, Michigan with the current models now being built in Bowling Green, Kentucky.  There are seven distinct generations of the car’s design, The first models were designated as the C1 while the current cars are called C7.

The Corvette has a long history of providing performance in its two-seat passenger package.  Originally powered with a 150-horsepower three-carb inline-six cylinder engine in 1953, the 2017 Corvette Stingray now sports a 6.2L LT1 V8 engine with up to 460-horsepower which can achieve 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds.

First generation C1 1953-1962
First Generation C1 1952-1962

Second Generation C2 1963-1967
Second Generation C2 1963-1967

Third Generation C3 1968-1982
Third Generation C3 1968-1982

Fourth Generation C4 1984-1996
Fourth Generation C4 1984-1996

Fifth Generation C5 1997-2004
Fifth Generation C5 1997-2004

Sixth Generation C6 2005-2013
Sixth Generation C6 2005-2013

Seventh Generation C7 2014-present
Seventh Generation C7 2014-present