Simply the best Corvette yet. It’s got a 460hp 6.2L V8 with a dry-sump oil system, bigger aero, and grippier tires for amazing cornering. With the Z07 package, it does 0-60 in 3.6s, brakes 60-0 in <100ft, and 1.2g lateral acceleration. Check out our first drive review on 95octane.
Chevy takes their latest Camaro to the next level, with this track-ready beast that packs a 640hp supercharged V8, aero enhancements, massive Brembo brakes, Magnetic Ride suspension, and either a 6-speed manual or a quick-shifting new 10-speed automatic.
The all new Corvette Stingray sports a 6.2L LT1 V-8, 450 hp and 450 lb/ft of torque; inside the fighter jet-inspired wraparound cockpit, you’ll find carbon fiber, Napa leather and 2 seating choices.
Chevrolet teamed up with street artist Jeff Soto to install a paint-spraying robot into a Chevy Sonic to crank out some cool robotic graffiti (with a little human help.) (Thanks Jonathan!)
As we near Super Bowl Sunday, advertisers continue to show off some commercials on the web early. In this amusing Chevy spot, a student gets an unexpected graduation gift from his parents.
Inspired by the Corvette ZR1, this speedboat even has a Corvette dashboard with working gauges. And like a real ‘vette, it’s no performance slouch with a pair of Mercury 1350HP twin-turbo engines.
Dale Earnhardt’s racing reign inspired the Intimidator Camaro, empowered by a highly modified, supercharged V8 with an intimidating 704 hp and 695 lb/ft of torque. (Thanks Samuel!)
Schmidt Revolution’s tuning kit for the Camaro SS pushes output to 625 hp with a compressor kit and BORLA stainless steel exhaust system; 22″ alloy wheels and a matte black body finish are available.
The 2011 Indy 500 Festival Committee car has the 400hp V8 2SS equipment package, Brembo brakes, 20″ wheels, and center console auxiliary gauge package. 50 will be available for sale.
A few more photos of the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible are now floating around the web. The direct-injected V6 with 312 hp and the 426 hp 6.2L V8 SS model will debut at the 2010 LA Auto Show.
We are digging the split window the folks over at Rossi have included in their stylish SixtySix, a kit fusing C6 Corvettes with retro Stingray style. The cost for all those second glances? A cool $130K.
Former British cricket-captain-turned-artist Michael Vaughan has created a 16′ x 5′ “artball” painting of a Chevy Cruze by hurling thousands of paint-covered cricket balls against a blank canvas.
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