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    Updated 1.17.2013

    Rejoice, Corvette fans! The C7 is finally here. It’s all-new, yet unmistakably Vette, with more power, better mpg, major interior upgrades, and fresh, edgy styling. The Stingray name returns to recall past glories, but the future of “America’s Sports Car” starts here.

    2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray: What Is It?

    “America’s Sports Car” enters its 61st year with a much-anticipated ground-up redesign that starts sale in the third quarter of 2013. Previewed last January at the Detroit Auto Show, the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray replaces the C6 generation of 2006-13.

    Typical of new-design Vettes, the C7 series launches with a core hatchback coupe, the only model Chevrolet has revealed so far. But a companion convertible is reportedly due for 2015, and updated editions of today’s high-performance Z06 and ZR1 should follow soon after. Grand Sport models may also return, but we can’t confirm that just now. Pricing won’t be announced until the on-sale date is nigh, but Chevrolet says the Stingray coupe will cost little more than the 2013 edition that started at $49,600.
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    The C7 is the first Corvette since 1976 to be called Stingray. We think the surname was revived to link with the like-titled 2009 concept that starred as Autobot Sideswipe in the hit animated film “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.” That’s appropriate, as the C7 has some of the movie car’s styling flavor. But it also suggests a marketing shift away from the aging Baby Boomers who have so far dominated Corvette’s fan base. That shift is necessary, as Corvette sales have been running at about half the pre-2008 level, thanks largely to the Great Recession. In short, the future of this historic General Motors icon would seem to depend very much on how well the C7 can infect the young Millennial crowd with good old “Corvette Fever.”

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