The Chevrolet Corvette is as American as a cheeseburger with fries or fireworks on the Fourth of July.
A motoring icon and for many the only true US sportscar that can be mentioned in the same breath as the raging bulls of Lamborghini or prancing horses of Ferrari, it’s hard to believe that the two-seater V8 turns 60 years old in 2013.
The 2000 BMW M Roadster, 2003 Mini Cooper S and 2007 Ford Shelby Mustang are among the ten most likely cars of the decade to become collectors’ items.
Ugur Sahin Design has partnered with Ohio-based Mallett Cars to launch the Corvette Z03 Concept.
The conversion from the Corvette C6 has a price of $69,000 for the full bodywork conversion including reference class paintwork.
Corvette tuner Specter Werkes has announced its newest model, the GTR.
With a complete tuning package of carbon fiber body enhancements, engine tuning, suspension enhancements and a choice of Forgeline or HRE wheels with Michelin tires, the GTR aims to further enhance the appearance and performance levels of any current model Corvette, including the ZR1.