The Challenge

Test your knowledge on the history of the Corvette

Q: What year had the most Corvettes sold?

A: 1979 with 53,807

Q: What was the most popular 2021 Corvette paint color?

A: Torch Red was the most popular with 5,171 cars out of 26,216 total production run. Artic White came in second with 3,769 cars.

Here's a list for the other generations:

  • C1 Ermine White

  • C2 Nassau Blue

  • C3 Classic White

  • C4 Bright Red

  • C5 Torch Red

  • C6 Black

  • C7 Artic White

Q: What was the average city mpg for a 1975 C3 Corvette with a 350 cu in engine?

A: According to the EPA published report the 1975 Corvette had an average of 13 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway.

Q: What was the net horsepower for a 1984 C4 Corvette with a 350 cu in engine?

A: The 1984 Corvette had a 205 net hp @ 4300 RPM.

Q: What was the last Corvette to sport chrome bumpers?

A: 1972 was the last year to feature front and rear chrome bumpers. 1973 only had a rear chrome bumper.

Q: What does T-top abbreviate?

A: Targa Top

Q: What was the first year that an AM/FM stereo radio was offered as an option?

A: 1968

Q: What was the first year for the factory installed anti-theft alarm system option?

A: 1968 with 400 sold

Q: What was the new color choice being offered in 2000?

A: Millenium Yellow plus Dark Bowling Green

Q: In 2005 what was the styling change that had not been seen since 1962?

A: Non-popup headlights

Q: What year did the Corvette have a split rear window?

A: 1963

Q: Who was Zora Arkus-Dunton??

A: Zora Arkus-Duntov was a Belgian-born American engineer whose work on the Chevrolet Corvette earned him the nickname "Father of the Corvette". His ashes are now entombed at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky