Chevy really knows how to keep you on the edge of your seat! We all have been reading stories about the new body-style, seen concepts, and heard rumors but there still hasn’t been an official unveiling by the manufacturer.
Well Chevy decided to give us another little taste to keep us on our toes when they made the new Corvette logo public at the Road Atlanta Racetrack. As you can see from the picture above, the crossed flags and Chevy bowtie design are positioned at more of an angle with more depth and color than the previous logo.
The new badge is very symbolic of the steps taken to improve the vehicle itself, as Chevy has claimed they have really paid more attention to detail while building the C7 (7th Generation Corvette).
There are very few parts that will be carried over from the 2013 model, which include the cabin air filter, and rear latch for the removable roof panel. We do know for certain there will be a V8 engine that will provide the Corvette with more power and fuel efficiency than ever before.
The Chief Engineer of the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette, Tadge Juechter said, “With the new Corvette, we set out to build a world-challenging sports car with design, refinement, efficiency, and driver engagement that is second to none.”
Along with the Corvette, GM has really followed through with their statements recently with such newly added models as the Buick Verano (“Verano expands our lineup, continues Buick’s momentum, and gives us a great opportunity to attract a new generation of customers with a product that delivers on their expectations for design, performance and technology,”).
You can expect to see a completely new Chevy Corvette when the 2014 model finally drops which has created an enormous buzz around the country. The 2014 Chevy Corvette will be debuted at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show in January 2013 and tickets will be sold to a limited number of Corvette enthusiasts with the earnings going towards the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.