A truly race-inspired car, the Chevrolet Corvette, lives on in new form for the 2014 model year.
In an attempt to change the driving experience forever, Chevrolet will release this updated version on January 13, 2013. The countdown has begun.
General Motors signaled this event with the release of a new Crossed Flags insignia which will be used as the new emblem for this highly-anticipated automobile.
The emblem is more than meets-the-eye. It reflects the soul of the car in its design. General Motors Vice President of Global Design, Ed Welburn, describes this as "much more modern, more detailed, and more technical than before."
The effort was made to build a truly all-new Corvette for this coming model year. Corvette Chief engineer Tadge Juechter sums up this abstraction "we set out to build a world challenging sports car with refinement, efficiency and driver engagement that is second to none."
What's more, the base car will feature a main-space frame built out of aluminum alloy material on the base model. In order to meet specific weight criteria the bulkhead, panels, and floor of the base car are fashioned from carbon-fiber. For more details on what you may need to know click here.