2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7 spy shots
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  • 2014 Chevrolet Corvette C7 spy shots
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We've seen the new C7 Corvette performing some cold-weather tests, had sneak peeks of digital body parts and even watched speculative animated video. Thanks to our hard-working spy photographers that chased down this group of Corvette test mules, we can see most of these reports were on the right track.

Chevy is still doing a great job camouflaging its upcoming Corvette, but these new photos show us some new details about the C7 'Vette. The biggest news with these new pictures is our first glimpse inside the new Corvette, which reveals some stylish and sporty bucket seats that appear to be all ready for a set of five-point harnesses. Better yet, a glimpse of the new steering wheel would seem to show the angular, edgy direction of the interior styling. Like the exterior, though, the rest of the cabin is cleverly camo'd up, and there is still no definitive word as to what will be found under that long, vented hood.

One of the more unique shots of this bunch shows the new Corvette sitting next to a Camaro ZL1. We're not sure if this is for a performance comparison, but it gives us a great look at the size difference between the two cars.

As we start to piece together all of the images for the C7 Corvette, we're eagerly anticipating its official arrival which is said to be at the 2013 Detroit auto show. In the meantime check out the massive gallery of spy photos for yourself.


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      Ian D.
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'll just wait until the official unveiling. My head hurts trying to draw distinctions beneath that camouflage.
      Shotgunner
      • 2 Years Ago
      Those seats look wicked.
      Kuro Houou
      • 2 Years Ago
      Glad to see its shrunk in size some, keep that weight down!!
      Eric DirtyRed Bolden
      • 2 Years Ago
      Finally, Recaro and Corvette finally got together.
      getatschmidt
      • 2 Years Ago
      I have a 08 and id say the only things they should change are the seats and interior fit and finish.
      mikeybyte1
      • 2 Years Ago
      Great shots. Two interesting items: 1) as another poster indicated, the hatch no longer appears to be a single piece of wrap around glass. It looks flat, indicating they may have done something different with the glass and panel treatment behind the driver/passenger windows. 2) the rear taillights look much smaller than the cut outs. They may just be out of alignment, but they do seem smaller overall. Love the shot of it next to the Camaro. It really shows the size difference.
      Jaybird248
      • 2 Years Ago
      While the overall shape says Corvette (just as Porsche does with each new 911), the car seems to have a lower, wider stance. You can see the front is what was revealed in the tooling video, and yes, it does look like they've gone for a flat glass hatch, meaning the upper rear quarter has sail panels, either glass or opaque. The dash seems much more horizontal, and those seats! What can you say! Just four months until the official reveal, but it looks like a good change, recognizable yet different enough. And thank goodness they didn't go for rectangular Camaro-type taillights. You didn't, right, Tom Peters, you didn't, did you?
      SteveM
      • 2 Years Ago
      I like what I've seen so far from the automotive sites. One thing I would welcome, would be an entry level model, say around 300 to 350 HP, and less "luxury" equipment. Just a nice lightly optioned drivers car. Somehow the Corvette experience has become, IMHO, overly focused on being super fast. There is a place, and a model for that, but I for one would like a less powerful car that someone with my level of driving skill could thoroughly enjoy every day. And yes, I do already own a Vette, and no, I don't really need 400+ HP to enjoy it. Thanks All
      Avinash Machado
      • 2 Years Ago
      Nice.
      Slizzo
      • 2 Years Ago
      Hey look, 4 ROUND rear lights! Just like I always said and naysayers around the net doubted me! (because of heavier camo'd pictures) C'mon people, this is a CORVETTE. Something as iconic as the tail lights Chevy knows not to mess with.
      kuntknife
      • 2 Years Ago
      This no longer is an old man's car; aggressive seats, and looking much smaller than the camaro. Chevy, you've got my attention, but please have something more interesting for the front end than the latest speculative renderings.
        Dump
        • 2 Years Ago
        @kuntknife
        I think the Corvette is getting too long as well. I wish next version can be shorter in length & wider. Too bad the market is still fairly unstable. It would've been nice for GM to have further developed the Solstice to make a 1/2 or 3/4ths version of the Corvette --- and be in lock-step with performance related versions.
      joejoe509
      • 2 Years Ago
      Heavy camo. :-(
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