|Pricing||$51,000 - $52,350|
|Fuel Economy||16-17 (city), 28-29 (highway)|
As the classic American sports car, the Corvette is power and style personified. The Corvette entered its seventh generation for the 2014 model year with all new styling and the return of the Stingray name. Offered in coupe and convertible models, for 2014, the standard powertrain is a 455-bhp 6.2l V8 paired with either a six-speed automatic or seven-speed manual transmission. Higher performance trim levels like the Z06 will return for the 2015 model year.
The Corvette enters its seventh generation with an all-new model for 2014. Although the profile of the hood and roof is familiar, the new model wears a number of styling details that are a break with tradition. The most notable styling changes are from the b-pillar where Corvette loses its glass bubble back in favor of a hard roofline and rear windows. In terms of size, the new model is longer in wheelbase and length, but somewhat narrower in overall width. Power is provided by a new 6.2l V8 rated at 450-bhp.
|Corvette Stingray Coupe||6.2l V8 (455-bhp)||M7||RWD||17 / 29 / 22||81||$51,000|
|Corvette Stingray Coupe||6.2l V8 (455-bhp)||A6||RWD||16 / 28 / 21||81||$52,350|