The 2013 Chevrolet Corvette is the ultimate sports car for two. The Corvette comes in a number of options for a coupe, convertible or the upgraded 427, Z06 and ZR1 models. The 60th anniversary package is available on all 2013 Corvettes and features bright white exterior paint with a leather and suede interior.
The round shape of the fenders is the signature style of the Chevrolet Corvette for the past 60 years. The upgraded models have additional options for dramatic features for the body. The two types of exteriors available are the coupe or convertible. The coupe has a small fixed roof panel that connects and holds to the glass windshield. The convertible comes with removable roof panels that fold easily in the trunk.
The interior is designed to accommodate daily and short high performance drives on the racetrack or road with added comforts and innovative designs for a royal experience. A padded center console, arm rests and other cushioned areas provide a softer driving touch and feel.
The steering wheel has a specific badge in the middle depending on the model selected. The steering wheel is relatively small to the dashboard and the measurements are easy to view. The steering wheel also has small and accessible switches for quick control of the vehicle. To get in the Corvette and drive, unlock the side door with a key and then start the engine using a small switch inside.
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The classy American Corvette is known for its name. The latest 2013 model is a convertible but has all the bells and whistles for the diehard Corvette car owner. The Corvette stills gets 26 MPG highway miles. It reaches 0-60 mph in under 4 seconds and comes with the classic 430 horse power engine.
The Magnetic Selective Ride Control feature makes the ride so much more enjoyable on twisty roads. The Corvette stills comes with the standard 6 speed manual transmission but it can be upgraded to the 6 speed paddle shift automatic transmission. However, the standard 6 speed manual transmission allows the engine to operate more efficiently.
The 2013 Corvette is also known for its amazing safety features. The Active Handling feature helps keep the car on the road in bad weather. The run flat tires will keep the Corvette moving even on low air pressure until the tire can be fixed. The 2013 Corvette is equipped with frontal and side impact air bags for ultimate protection. Last but not least, OnStar is available on the new 2013 Corvette.
The most impressive feature of the 2013 Corvette is ecologic. For example, many of the low-mass materials used inside and outside of the Corvette help reduce the engine workload. New engine oils have improved viscosity characteristics, which in return has contributed to a better fuel economy.
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Chevrolet is always looking ahead to the future. I am sure you have heard the age old debate of whether or not Chevy vehicles are better than Ford vehicles, right? Chevy is looking to put the question to rest once and for all. How you might ask? They are looking to totally revamp their high performance Corvette to rival Porsche and Ferrari by 2013. That’s right, now we all can hopefully move on from the age old riddle and asks ourselves and each other: is the 2013 Corvette better than the 911 or the Ferrari GTO?
Chevrolet is looking to make the 2013 Corvette C7 not just the top American sports car, but a dominating global competitor. There is no better way to achieve that than compare and overcome the leading sports car makers in the world.
As of now, the 2013 Corvette C7 will be equipped with a V8 engine, but Chevy is considering having an available V6 engine for consumers as well. As far as the interior of the 2013 Corvette is concerned, it is going to get a complete overhaul compared to the current Corvette’s interior. To make sure the 2013 Corvette is everything Chevy hopes it to be, they are investing $131 million into the Bowling Green Assembly Plant where the next generation Corvette will be produced.
So do you think Chevy can take on Ferrari and Porsche?
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