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2019 Corvette ZR1 Convertible First Look: Chevy melts some faces

2019 Corvette ZR1 Convertible First Look: Chevy melts some faces

Very orange, and very angry. That's the unavoidable first impression when faced with the 2019 Corvette ZR1 Convertible, Chevrolet's 755 horsepower route to getting lots, and lots, and lots of wind in your hair. Open-top sibling to the Corvette ZR1 coupe, the drop-top refuses to succumb to the old adage that cutting the roof off also means compromising on performance.

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2019 Corvette ZR1 pricing announced with 755hp ZR1 Convertible

2019 Corvette ZR1 pricing announced with 755hp ZR1 Convertible

How much will 755 horsepower of all-American Corvette madness set you back? Now we know, with Chevrolet slapping a price tag on the new Corvette ZR1, and giving it a shiny new, topless sibling in the shape of the similarly-ridiculously-powerful Corvette ZR1 Convertible.

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Taco Bell employees can get a $4K discount on a Chevy Corvette

Taco Bell employees can get a $4K discount on a Chevy Corvette

When it comes to buying a new car, there isn't a person alive who doesn't want to save money on the sticker price, whether it's haggling with the dealership or qualifying for some discount program. Well, if you're in the market for a new Chevy Corvette and are hunting for a deal, you might want to consider a career change. Due to an odd arrangement between Taco Bell and GM, employees of the fast food chain are eligible for a $4,385 discount on a new Corvette Grand Sport.

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2019 Corvette ZR1: 5 fast facts about Chevy’s new supercar

2019 Corvette ZR1: 5 fast facts about Chevy’s new supercar

It's the most powerful production car Chevrolet has ever made, and probably the meanest-looking. The 2019 Corvette ZR1 takes one look at the Corvette Z06 and decides "oh no, 650 horsepower just isn't enough," then goes about redesigning the powertrain, aerodynamics, cooling, and more to deliver a lightning strike of a car. In fact, there's more than enough to shock you: whether or not you opt for the eye-searing Sebring Orange Design Package.

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The 2019 Corvette ZR1 is a 755 HP all-American supercar

The 2019 Corvette ZR1 is a 755 HP all-American supercar

If you're going to go big, go very, very big: that's the recipe Chevrolet picked for the 2019 Corvette ZR1, and it's shaping up to be delicious. Billed as "the fastest, most powerful production Corvette ever," it's a 755 horsepower, 210+ miles per hour monster, not to mention a legitimate supercar with an American badge.

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2019 Corvette ZR1 leak reveals 750 horsepower

2019 Corvette ZR1 leak reveals 750 horsepower

Some images of the December 2017 issue of the automotive enthusiast magazine Car & Driver are making the rounds today. The big news here is that the 2019 Corvette ZR1 graces the cover. The magazine reportedly gives up a lot of detail on the car though some is still unknown.

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2018 Corvette Carbon 65 is limited to 650 units

2018 Corvette Carbon 65 is limited to 650 units

Chevrolet has announced a new special edition Corvette that is meant to celebrate 65 years of the iconic American sports car. The 2018 Corvette Carbon 65 Edition is offered on 2018 Grand Sport and Z06 models and is limited to only 650 units made. Each of the cars will get a unique VIN number and a plaque inside the car highlighting the build number.

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Alleged mid-engine Corvette spied grabbing a burger

Alleged mid-engine Corvette spied grabbing a burger

The mid-engine layout is something that has been around in the sports car world for a very long time. The benefit of mid-engine is that it allows the engine, one of the heaviest components of the car, to be mounted more towards the middle of the car giving better balance and weight distribution. Traditionally the Corvette is a front engine, rear-drive sports car and it can hang with some of the best that Europe has to offer.

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Give your Corvette a wagon look with Callaway’s new AeroWagen mod

Give your Corvette a wagon look with Callaway’s new AeroWagen mod

Corvette enthusiasts may remember back to 2013 when Callaway, the Chevy customization specialist, debuted its concept for what many have referred to as a wagon-style modification for the two-door coupe. Dubbed the AeroWagen package, the add-on technically gives the Corvette a shooting brake look, stretching the car's roof line towards the back. Whatever you may call it, the aftermarket part is finally available for almost all C7 Corvette models, including the Z06 and Grand Sport.

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Electric Corvette breaks EV land speed record — again

Electric Corvette breaks EV land speed record — again

Earlier this year, automotive startup Genovation set a world record for the fastest street-legal electric car with its GXE, a modified 2006 Z06 Corvette with an all-electric motor. Now, less than six months later, Genovation has broken their own record using the same 600-plus horsepower and 570 lb-ft of torque Corvette.

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Callaway just made the Corvette cooler with this wagon modification

Callaway just made the Corvette cooler with this wagon modification

The Corvette. Chevy's masterpiece of a two-door sports car, with an iconic, easily recognizable design. The thought of giving it a wagon-style body, even maintaining the same number of doors, seems like it should be a crime. But — what if — it was actually awesome? Turns out it is, and Callaway has already made it a reality. The aftermarket tuner, known for customizing cars with the Chevy badge — especially Corvettes — has announced the AeroWagen package for C7 Stingray and Z06 models, to be available this fall.

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This all-electric Corvette set a new EV speed record

This all-electric Corvette set a new EV speed record

The 2006 Z06 Corvette you see here was recognized recently for setting a new world record for the fastest street-legal all-electric car. Now, before you scratch your head wondering when Chevy produced an electric version of their flagship sports car, know that this isn't the everyday Corvette. Dubbed the GXE, it's a heavily-modified version from automotive startup Genovation, which is known for producing powerful electric motors and batteries.

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