The car is lower and wider and faster and with four tail pipes it has a fire breathing attitude about it. The editor of Automobile Magazine Jean Jennings put the car on the cover of her magazine with the title saying that it is the best Corvette design in 50 years. Well, if that isn’t the greatest advertisement for the people carrier I don’t know what is. It even sends a message to us that General Motors is back on top again. It says the message that the two seated sports car costs a lot of money but delivers a huge slap of fun. Who doesn’t want a car for two with a giant motor between your legs male or female.
The design is smooth with new curves even on the hood of the car. The only thing I miss is the signature round tail lights that always let you know that there is a Vet ahead that you probably wouldn’t catch up to. Tom Peters is the head of Corvette design and has done a great job of combining the tradition of what we know as the look of a Corvette with the more modern sleek lines we are accustomed to these days. He said that just the smooth curve between the head lights and the hood took as much creative energy as the whole body side.