October 23, 2014
- With a twin-turbocharged V-8 and a promised 2,000 horsepower, the Trion Nemesis supercar sounds enticing, but—like so many other upstart supercars—it also sounds like vaporware. Yet its creators appear to be moving ahead with production plans. MUST SEE: Crashed 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Spotted In Chicago: Video Trion Supercars first...
- The all-new 2015 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 hasn’t even gone on sale yet but already a crashed example has been spotted. The sorry-looking Z06 was spotted on a flatbed in Chicago and is likely the same car that crashed on the Nürburgring late last month. ALSO SEE: 2015 Chevy Corvetet Z06 Crashed At The 'Ring Chevrolet engineers were testing...
- Yes, you can still buy lethal weapons on the internet. And yes, you read that right: 2600 HP.
October 22, 2014
- Ford is unsurprisingly bringing a herd of its new 2015 Mustang models to next month's SEMA show in Las Vegas. Over a dozen of them are arriving from top aftermarket outfits like Galpin Auto Sports, Steeda, Roush and others. The Blue Oval isn't just shining a spotlight on the V8 model, though. The new EcoBoost 2.3-liter version with 310 horsepower and 320 pound-feet of torque is also getting its time in the sun. Among the shined-up ponies will be a showcar helping Galpin celebrate the Mustang's...
- The National Corvette Museum will begin filling the massive sinkhole starting next month. The sinkhole saga that began earlier this year will start to come to an end, after swallowing numerous Chevrolet Corvette collectibles. According to a report from Car and Driver, the museum will begin filling the sinkhole on November 10 and will conclude by... more
- Right-hook Chevrolet Corvette ready to roar from Aussie conversion specialist
October 21, 2014
- Is Chevy's sportscar ready to challenge the world's best?
- The new Corvette Stingray Convertible goes for a romp along the California Coast.
- When the 2015 Corvette Z06 was developed, the apple didn't fall far from the tree. In this respect, the Z06 was developed concurrently with the C7.R.
October 20, 2014
- If you're planning to visit the National Corvette Museum sinkhole, you'd better hurry up. The museum is planning to begin repairs of the hole that swallowed eight cars next month. Work to fill the sinkhole in the museum's Skydome will begin November 10 and is expected to take about nine months to complete at a cost of $3.2 million. The process...