In this article we are going to go through the history of the iconic American sports car – Chevrolet Corvette.
In 1953, the iconic Chevrolet Corvette began its legacy in Flint, Michigan following its debut that year at GM’s Motorama in New York. Heralded as a “dream car,” the Corvette has been delighting drivers for decades. Production of this classic moved to Bowling Green, Kentucky in 1981, which has been the exclusive home of the Corvette ever since. Let’s take a closer look at the history of the longest-running, continuously produced passenger vehicle in the world.
To get you folks through for today, we thought we’d post these killer little videos on Corvette Generations 1-7. Hope you find them informative. Enjoy them, and tell us which Corvette year and or model is your favorite.
Today’s generation of the Corvette features more sculpted, harsh lines than the softer designs of the ’90s and early 2000s. This fresh design came at a point when the Corvette was seen as an “old man’s car,” rather than a desirable vehicle for young drivers.