Chevrolet Corvette Overview
The seventh-generation Corvette has sharp-edged styling, more power, and an interior worthy of the price. Power comes from a 455-hp, 6.2-liter V8 mated to a standard seven-speed manual. New for 2015 is an optional eight-speed automatic with paddle shifters. Drivers with a thirst for more power can opt for the 650-hp Z06. The car's all-aluminum construction optimizes weight and strength to benefit fuel economy and handling. Acceleration is blisteringly quick, and handling is pinpoint. With the adjustable driving modes the car can be a fairly refined cruiser or track-ready race car. The seats deliver support and comfort. But you can't ignore the low-slung cabin that's difficult to access and tire noise. First-year reliability of the redesign has been average.
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