If you’re looking for a vehicle that has a truly American feeling to it while bringing you the drive you want, its time to visit your nearby Chevy dealer. This is where you’re going to find names you know and admire and the experience that you’re familiar with. Find the right vehicle with the bowtie on the front and start the driving pleasure that will be part of your life for the next several years. Let’s take a look at some of the models that Chevy has to offer for your drive.
The next version of the Chevrolet Corvette is part of the 2019 model year and this is a supercar that dials up the fun beyond what its every offered.
We’ known the Corvette as the sports car that brings in the fun and the amazing driving experience for many years and now it’s one that can be considered among the most powerful on the market. After being tested and developed in the Nurburgring North Loop, the ZR1 model of the Corvette is a car that can make sure you have everything you want for the track fun you’re looking for.
Brands like, Chevrolet, Honda, Mazda, and more, are offering features and amenities once reserved for the luxury automobile level.
Whenever new technology is brought to the market it’s typically tested in the luxury market before it’s offered down in the mainstream market. Fair or not, the fact that new tech adds to the price of a vehicle means it’s going to be added to those vehicles that are sold at higher prices to customers that don’t mind paying a little more to have the system desired. Thankfully, some of this tech makes its way to the mainstream market at some point. One of the items that’s finally making its way down the line is the head-up display.
While the Corvette has been a racing machine for many years and has symbolized the icon of power, engineering, aerodynamics and precision for generations, the name that will adorn the C8 model will not honor a driver but rather the man who was responsible for much of the development of the Corvette for most of its first few generations. This name will be the ZoRa1 which will be in honor of Zora Arkus-Duntov and his contributions to this amazing racing machine over the years.