2012 Corvette Stingray
Why Would You Buy “2012 Corvette Stingray” ?
The new Corvette Stingray is incorporating new types of materials, such as magnesium, aluminum, and carbon fiber, to enhance their performance. With the technology development and the demand fro reliable but lightweight car, the materials chosen have represented the right response of the company toward market’s demand.
The engine department will be running on V8 engine of 5.5 liter capacity that will produce around 440 hp. the company is hoping to deliver and make good ride with smaller body, lighter weight but with more powerful engine ability as well as performance.
Of course, this new model is having several differences from the original ones. In the original Stingray model, the car had long hood and long front side in order to accommodate the powerful engine being used.
Today’s Stingray is certainly ‘shorter’ since the company has come up with innovations and ideas to shorten up the nose and make changes on the engine department.
The original Stingray was looking like muscled car, almost similar to Mustang. But the present’s ride is surely sportier. There’s nothing wrong about those look, except that those differences making the car categorized as the classic and the modern.
Chevy is ready to launch new product of the C7 Corvette model. The company has stated that the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7 (Release date) will be ready by the end of 2013 or at least it will make debut in fall of 2013.
There’s a reliable source stating that the new ride will be available with seven speed manual system and this news is confirmed by Chevy themselves.
The Chevy C7 will be running on V8 16 Valve engine which is hoped to have better performance and has gone through improvements and developments. The usage of this engine is aimed to provide better performance and also efficiency.
The company chooses to use manual system for their fuel efficiency plan. However, it’s likely that the company will also use overdrive gears, which will provide easiness and freedom for the engineers for the low gear in order to increase the ride’s performance in the low gear.
The 2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7 will seem to come reliable and tough, but if Chevy wants to add dual clutch, it won’t be such a bad idea either. http://www.topgearrules.org/2012-corvette-stingray-price-and-review.html, Retrieved from online on 11/9/2011.
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