Not many cars evoke emotions quite like the Corvette Stingray. A symbol of 1960’s America, the original Stingray was an explosion of power, but it was also one of the most achingly beautiful cars ever made. With classic lines it was a rival in looks for the Ferrari’s of the day. Any new Vette is going to whet our appetite, but one that carries the Stingray name is really putting us into overdrive. Chevy is introducing the first real brand new Corvette in nearly a decade, and this 2014 beauty is a Stingray to remember.
This Vette will ignite the road with its 6.2-liter V-8 motor, while the light aluminum frame will get you to sixty in fewer than 4 seconds. Prices have yet to be announced, but Corvettes are usually good value for money, so we expect to be happy with the price point on the 2014 Stingray.
Geoff and Mike Howe, founders of Howe and Howe Technologies located in Waterboro, Maine have become the undisputed leaders of extreme vehicle fabrication. They created the original “Ripsaw” light tank…
The 1,325 horsepower HOT V-configuration 6.2-liter quad-turbo V8 engine allows the MILAN RED to sprint from 0 to 62 mph precisely within 2.47 seconds. Its chassis is a perfect mix of a carbon fiber monocoque along with integrated CFRP crash structures all around.