All-new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Launch – Live Video
Here at Elite Auto Repair we all love a great high performance car, and the Corvette is no exception. It was introduced at the GM Motorama in 1953 as a concept show car, and still creates that same excitement all these years later. A Corvette has been selected as the Indianapolis 500 pace car 11 times, the latest time being in 2012 with a Chevrolet Corvette C6 ZR1 pace model driven by Guy Fieri. On January 13, 2012, Chevrolet will be unveiling the all-new 2014 Corvette, and you can watch it LIVE right here on this page! Click on the video below to see the countdown to the live event.
Corvette Trivia The 1953 Chevy Corvette retailed at $3,498, which was 75 percent more expensive than originally intended by designer Harley J. Earl. The 1963 Corvette, which introduced the rear split-window, retailed for $4,037 in coupe form, and $4,257 in convertible form. The 1978 Corvette retailed for $13,653. The most expensive Corvette is the ZR-1 model, which has a base price of $106,880.
You’ve selected the car, you’ve road tested the car, everything is fine, but still, remember one thing, you never fall in love with a car. Especially when you’re negotiating to buy it. Cars are just mechanical devices and there are all kinds of them. You can go to the next dealer and find the same thing so, don’t fall in love, at least not just yet. 🙂 Now, it’s time to make the actual deal. There are certain key things about making a deal on an automobile.
Okay, it’s 2013 and we still don’t have the flying cars we were promised in the twentieth century. However, cars have improved by leaps and bounds in utility over the years and have become more than simple methods of transportation, especially here in the Chandler, Tempe, Phoenix area. With the amount of technology incorporated into the latest models, it’s no wonder prices continually rise.