The launch of the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette is quickly approaching, and before we see the car in its full glory at the Detroit Auto Show, Chevrolet has released a second teaser video for the C7 'Vette. In this video, we see a few more details of the new Corvette than what we saw in the first teaser a couple weeks ago such as a few interior detail shots and a quick glimpse of the car's undercarriage.

With the video focusing on the electric integration of the C7, our best look of the interior revolves around the new gauge cluster with a 200-mile-per-hour speedometer and an all-digital screen housing a large, centralized tachometer and an information display. Later in the video, Chevy shows a quick shot of the new Corvette's rear suspension setup as the car undergoes its final testing.

Check out the cryptic and carefully filmed video after the jump.


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      Steven Chang
      • 2 Years Ago
      I wish GM the very best with the C7. I think this will be a winner.
      Drizzy
      • 2 Years Ago
      I was definitely wishing for more of an aesthetic departure from previous generations, but I'm stoked to see how much care, concern and track time GM has put into their new 911 fighter
      zizixx89
      • 2 Years Ago
      ohhh this is a start for GM no more bland gauges
      Shiftright
      • 2 Years Ago
      I hope it's not ugly...haven't been too excited by the artist renderings or disguised mules. Don't screw it up GM!
      Gorgenapper
      • 2 Years Ago
      Time to rewatch Nat Geo's Mega Factories "Corvette" episode. Simply incredible to watch this car come together from raw materials to a finished 'vette.
      Hazdaz
      • 2 Years Ago
      I have little fear that this car will be amazing when it comes to performance, value, handling and from spyshots and renderings, chances are it will look really good as well (maybe a little too evolutionary, but still good). GM has dramatically raised the bar over the last few years and cars like the ATS prove that they can produce amazing products that meet or exceed buyer expectations and be world-class. GM, knows that the Corvette is seen as GM's flagship product and I fully believe they went all-out on this new model to show the world that they are back to making great cars.
      Dark Gnat
      • 2 Years Ago
      Judging by the shot at the end, it doesn't look like the tail lights will have drooping mascara. That's a plus. I think GM will have a winner here. Remember this is just the base model. The Z06/ZR1/Stingray or whatever combination thereof will come later.
        yargnits
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Dark Gnat
        Where do you see the taillight at the end? I've watched it over an over. The only thing I see that "might" give us a clue is the outline image of the car they show of the digital gauge. There the taillights look round... actually, it looks like the current car.
      Karbis Sarafyan
      • 2 Years Ago
      Allright ya ********! Enough with the teasing! Lemme see the beast already!
      over9000
      • 2 Years Ago
      This is going to be so hyped out that it will surely disappoint (especially in performance) when it's introduced.
        Hazdaz
        • 2 Years Ago
        @over9000
        Hyped? IF I even agree with you on the hype issue (which for the most part, I don't), the majority of the hype has come from magazines, websites and people on the internet. GM has no control over any of that. Its not like Chevy is the one that is actively hyping it beyond what they should be doing as their division's flagship. If anything, they are under-hyping.
      sixsix
      • 2 Years Ago
      Regarding the layout and look of the the digital gauges, Corvette ripping off Viper again??? Pretty sad for a multi-decade car. They need to stop chasing the Viper and embrace their status as the all around best American made sports car. The Corvette isn't an exotic, nor will it ever be. The C6 ripped off the front end of the Viper SRT-10. At a distance it was easy to get the two confused from the front.
        m_2012
        • 2 Years Ago
        @sixsix
        Someone needs to go to the eye doctor. Anyone that confuses Viper for Corvette obviously isnt into cars at all. They are both awesome cars and I don't see how anyone can call either one of them bad.
          me
          • 2 Years Ago
          @m_2012
          Not really there are some angles that, at a distance does look alike.
        joeski
        • 2 Years Ago
        @sixsix
        I guess Viper is ripping off Lexus LFA then too? Someone very smart once said if you're going to copy something copy from the best! The Viper looks like a Clown Shoe, always will. The Corvette is an attainable sports car and GM knows that and caters to that marked. It also caters to Viper Cross shoppers with Z06 and ZR1 offerings. Got to armature racing events, there are more corvettes than vipers in attendance.
          Donny Hoover
          • 2 Years Ago
          @joeski
          Hunter, the Corvette consistently eats the Viper for lunch in the Euro and American LeMans series. Unless you're building them for huge power to do a standing mile, the Viper won't beat it at anything, and that's how it has been ever since the C6 came out. Expect a repeat of the C6 vs the gen 3 and 4 vipers. The base Corvette will be a lesser performing car that will still win the shootouts with the Viper based on how much car you get for your dollar. The Z06 will be about even with the Viper, for 15 to 20 grand less. It will win the comparos based on price and the fact that as always, it will be a better driving, better feeling, more composed car. The C7 ZR1 will destroy the Viper until such time as Chrysler goes "full race car" again, strapping a giant wing on the back and striping out even the most basic interior comforts, all in the name of beating a ZR1 with a premium sound system, power everything, heat, A/C, etc. by mere seconds on a race track. As usual, the Viper will rarer and have more of a wow factor. The Corvette will just be better.
          Hunter Adams
          • 2 Years Ago
          @joeski
          Maybe there's more corvettes because there are more of them made? And the Viper has, can, and always will eat corvettes lunch when it comes to performance. V-10's are awesome engines my friend.
      HotHactchHopeful
      • 2 Years Ago
      Anyone here still think the C5 corvette is one of the mot beautiful machines to come out of GM?
        The Other Bob
        • 2 Years Ago
        @HotHactchHopeful
        Heck no. I think the C5 was the worst. It had a mishmash of styling ques from different cars. It had the butt of a 3000GT and side contours and door of a RX7 and more. I hated it.
        davebo357
        • 2 Years Ago
        @HotHactchHopeful
        Agreed, as long as we're not talking about the interior build quality.
        yargnits
        • 2 Years Ago
        @HotHactchHopeful
        I'm partial to the C2
      Arturo Rios Jr.
      • 2 Years Ago
      sparco seats? How is that an upgrade? even the mustang comes with Recaro seats available.
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