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2020 - 2029 Chevrolet Corvette

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The C8 Corvette is arguably the most innovative Corvette we've ever seen, and we now know when we'll get to see GM build upon it. The 2029 Chevrolet Corvette will mark the start of the iconic sportscar's ninth generation. Details are still preliminary, but here's what we know so far. According to GM Authority, the C9 Chevrolet Corvette is set to make its debut in 2028 for the 2029 model year. The existing GM Y2 platform that the current C8 Corvette rides on will be revised for the next generat... Read more

2014 - 2019 Chevrolet Corvette

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The current Chevrolet Corvette has never been a bigger threat to its European rivals, with a range of potent, (relatively) affordable high-performance trims, including a new-for-2019 ZR1. While starter Corvettes have a potent 455 horsepower, the new ZR1 adds 300 ponies to that figure. In between, there's still a 650-hp Z06, if you aren't ready for the newest model and its 210-mph top speed. The 755-hp, 210-mph Corvette ZR1 is new for 2019, offering both coupe and convertible shoppers the crazi... Read more

2005 - 2013 Chevrolet Corvette

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The 2013 Corvette has five main trim levels, including: Base, Grand Sport, 427, Z06 and ZR1. The base level Corvette starts things off with an LS3 V-8 engine that has more than enough pop to satisfy just about any buyer. When you move up to the Grand Sport model, the same LS3 engine is under the hood, but some additional styling features and upgraded handling comes along with it. Moving up to the Z06 model nets the 2013 Corvette the LS7 V-8 engine and tosses in an upgraded chassis. The 427 tri... Read more

1997 - 2004 Chevrolet Corvette

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The 2004 model year is the swan song for the fifth-generation Chevrolet Corvette, and will mark the best year for the C5s. A new Corvette, or C6, is expected for model year 2005. (We're expecting an evolutionary model that builds on the C5, with advances in aerodynamics and interior refinement.) In the meantime, we have the C5. About 3,000 Corvettes will be sold for model year 2004, some of which will be special editions designed to commemorate C5-R victories at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and other endurance races. Le Mans Blue paint and polished wheels distinguish the 2004 Corvette Commemorative... Read more