ChevroletZR1

Chevy ZR1

Successful In Its Mission, But Not As The World's Greatest Sports Car Adhered to the Hamilton Hall dorm wall at Wright State University is a glossy poster of a jet-black sports car. It hangs low over an unmade bed, its corner blemished with a slight tear from an errantly placed thumbtack…


What if the mid-engine Corvette is really a Cadillac?

I could be on to something.

While we're all just making random speculation on the next Corvette, here's a new theory. Zero proof, but lots of logic.
GM ZR1 trademark could mean return of killer Corvette

GM wants the rights to one of its famous Corvette monikers.

GM wants the rights to one of its famous Corvette monikers.
Holden closer to building ZR1-engined super sedan

General Motors filed a trademark for a Holden HSV GTS-R model, bolstering rumors that it will produce a ZR1-powered super sedan for Holden's last hurrah.
First Corvette Museum sinkhole victim restored [w/video]

When a sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum opened up in Bowling Green, KY and gobbled up eight important examples of the American sports car in February, videos almost made it look like the hole picked the perfect spot to do the most damage to as many vehicles as possible. None of the cars made it away unharmed, but some were luckier than others. The Skydome sinkhole quickly became a national sensation, and Chevrolet smartly stepped in to offer restoration assistance with the damaged cars.
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