1. 2014 marks the introduction of the seventh generation Corvette... the C7.
2. The new LT1 6.2L V-8 base Corvette engine delivers 455 HP, 460 lb-ft torque (+5 in each with the addition of the optional Performance Exhaust System).
3. The 2014 Corvette is the first to be equipped with Direct Injection technology with ensures a more complete burn of the fuel in the air-fuel mixture, improving combustion efficiency and thus contributing to increased power and fuel economy.
4. Active Fuel Management, or cylinder deactivation, is a first-ever application on Corvette and helps save fuel by imperceptibly shutting down half of the engine's cylinders in light-load driving.
5. The 2014 Corvette convertible features a standard power top which can be lowered at speeds up to 30 mph, or from outside the car using the key fob remote.
6. The big news for 2015 was the introduction of the C7 Z06 featuring a brand new 650 HP supercharged LT4 engine. For the first time, the Z06 could now be ordered as a coupe with removable roof panel or a convertible with choice of a 7-speed manual transmission or new 8-speed automatic.
7. For 2015, the previously optional Performance Data Recorder (PDR) was included at no extra charge with the Navigation system.
8. Every 2016 Corvette Stingray comes with a flat-bottom steering wheel and Magnetic Ride Control is available as a free-flow option on any 2016 Corvette.
9. Corvette Racing Yellow and Long Island Red are new colors for 2016, replacing Velocity Yellow and Crystal Red.
10. Three new design packages were offered 2016 Stingray customers: Twilight Blue, Spice Red, and Jet Black Suede with special accents.
11. The big news for the 2017 model year is the return of the Corvette Grand Sport, combining the styling and handling of the Z06 with the base 460 HP LT1 engine.
12. 2017 offered a Grand Sport Collector Edition featuring an exclusive Watkins Glen Gray Metallic exterior with Tension Blue hashmark graphics, satin black full-length stripes, black wheels and a unique Tension Blue full leather and suede-wrapped interior.
13. The big news for the 2018 model year is the return of the Corvette ZR1 complete with some serious aero options and a 750HP LT5 engine.
Fun Facts About Your C7