Tag: Chevrolet

Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Gets a Racy Update

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The new Corvette Z06 is a pretty well-equipped piece of machinery. It comes with a 650-horsepower supercharged V8, a track-proven suspension, and a price tag way less than the competition. So, of course, the world needed an even hotter version. Continue Reading »

Here’s Proof that the El Camino Never Went Away

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Chevrolet may have closed the books on its car-based pickup in 1987 when the El Camino went out of production, but in the hearts of its US fans, it appears its memory didn’t depart with it.  Continue Reading »

6 Concept Cars That Could Soon Become Reality

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Concept cars have a double-edged effect. These pieces of rolling artwork display the stunning technologies and designs that could be possible in tomorrow’s production cars, yet also leave the public wanting if they never come to fruition. More often that not for the spiciest of concepts, the latter is the case.  Continue Reading »

1,000HP Hennessey Camaro Z/28 Hits the Dyno

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The Chevy Camaro Z/28 was my absolute favorite car I drove last year. Among things like the Viper TA, the Jaguar F-Type R Coupe, and the ridiculous Ferrari 458, the Z/28 took top billing. The Z/28 is just so well sorted, so planted, and so raw that it makes other track cars look tame. Continue Reading »

GM, Ford, And Others Want to Make Working on Your Own Car Illegal

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One of the inherent rights of owning a vehicle is the ability to get on one’s backside — a wrench in one hand and a grease rag in the other, and just tinker to your little heart’s desire. Since the vehicle was invented, it’s been an important facet within the community of gearheads. Continue Reading »

Chevrolet Corvair Testudo: Grandpa to the Porsche 928

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Chevrolet and Porsche. The transatlantic sports car rivals have a methodology and a culture all their own, which is to say – if something works for one, it probably won’t work for the other. Nevertheless, there is one car in particular that made Detroit and Stuttgart see eye to eye – the Corvair Testudo. Continue Reading »

The Sci-Fi Futuristic Chevrolet FNR Debuts In Shanghai

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The Chevrolet FNR made its debut in Shanghai looking like something that jumped right out of a Sci-Fi flick. Instead, it’s what the real future of cars may look like when the world is filled with autonomous electric vehicles. Continue Reading »

First COPO Camaro and Cadillac CT6 Bring $500,000 at Barrett-Jackson

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If you were hoping to nab the very first 2015 COPO Camaro or 2016 Cadillac CT6 sedan, bad news, they’ve both been accounted for. The first examples of both production runs sold this weekend at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Palm Beach, Florida, for a scintillating $500,000. Continue Reading »

2016 Camaro Gets Drive Mode Selector and More

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It’s T-minus 26 days until we get our first full look at Chevy’s 2016 Camaro. And with that countdown dwindling, Chevy isn’t letting us take a breather when it comes to all the new and exciting attributes its engineers have built. Continue Reading »

Insane ‘Death Race 2000’ Corvette Looking for Insane New Owner

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This crazy cool Corvette was featured in the 1975 film Death Race 2000, and now, it’s going up for auction to the highest bidder. The movie, directed by Paul Bartel, took place in a dystopian future where contestants competed in a cross-country road race where points were awarded for speed and the number of pedestrians they hit along the way.

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