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125Exclusive video of C7 Corvette's reconfigurable gauge cluster

We've inundated you with Chevrolet C7 Corvette Stingray information over the last couple of days (you're welcome), but until now the images of the car have been largely of the exterior, and completely static. We figured that the slightly less dense crowd of journalists around the Chevy stand on day two of our media coverage would make for a good opportunity to get some video. And, considering that the reconfigurable instrument cluster was brand-spanking new, we asked Corvette Interior Design Man

1612012 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 [w/video]

Successful In Its Mission, But Not As The World's Greatest Sports Car

AddGM quells Corvette rumors: No mid-engine, maybe a hybrid [w/poll]

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept – Click above for a new high-res image gallery

80GM quells Corvette rumors: No mid-engine, maybe a hybrid [w/poll]

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept – Click above for a new high-res image gallery

77Report: Chevrolet considering twin-turbo V6 for next Corvette

Chevrolet 50th Anniversary Corvette Stingray Concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

98Report: Next Chevrolet Corvette to get 440-hp 5.5-liter small-block V8

Chevrolet 50th Anniversary Corvette Stingray Concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

110Report: GM scouring the globe for next Corvette design, first time looking beyond U.S.

Chevrolet 50th Anniversary Corvette Stingray Concept – Click above for high-res image gallery

47REPORT: Corvette C7 Coming in 2012 as a 2013 model

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Concept - click above image for high-res gallery

33GM CEO says future of Corvette secure

According to Fritz Henderson, the recently-appointed CEO of General Motors, the future holds exciting things for Chevrolet's iconic sportscar. This news comes despite the admission late last year that development of the next-gen C7 Corvette platform was put on "indefinite hold, with no official or set timetable."

39Mid-engine C7 Corvette still being considered

All the way back in January, veteran automotive journalist Peter De Lorenzo alerted us to the possibility that the next-generation C7 Corvette may arrive with a low-volume, expensive mid-engine counterpart. We haven't heard much about the rumor since then, but this week De Lorenzo reveals in his editorial that not only is it alive, but that GM is seriously considering dropping the front-engine/RWD drive layout of the car and switching it entirely to a mid-engine set up.

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