GM Reveals New and Improved 7th Generation Corvette
Wait is over, as General Motors has finally revealed the much awaited seventh generation Corvette. One of the person's, who was found to be quite happy to talk about the changes been introduced in the novel model is Tadge Jeuchter, chief engineer at Corvette.
Tadge was of the view that there is nothing, which one could say is similar as they changed everything. They have worked a lot and have redesigned almost all the parts, said he.
While sharing about the prime features of the car, GM said that the new model will boast 450 horsepower and will also have better fuel economy. It will happen for the first time in last five decades that it will carry the name `Sting Ray'.
"Like the '63 Sting Ray, the best Corvettes embodied performance leadership, delivering cutting-edge technologies, breathtaking design and awe-inspiring driving experiences", said Mark Reuss, who is positioned as the General Motors North America President.
Reuss says he has owned many Corvettes in his life, but there is something special in this model. He continued by saying that one can say it is much more than sheet metal. A lot of emotions are present in the car and that's what enhances the attachment level with the novel model.
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