As AutoWeek reports, it's no wonder General Motors PR and product guys smile wryly when they responded in the negative to questions about the automaker's plans for the Corvette Blue Devil. They weren't lying, really, because the oft-rumored supercar has now supposedly earned itself the Sting Ray moniker instead. The vehicle, likely slated for production starting in 2007, will sport goodies even an owner of a Z06 (pictured) would drool over, like a supercharged 7.0-liter 600-hp V8 with a carbon fiber hood. At a price of $100,000, somebody had better be drooling (and signing up for special driving classes to handle all those ponies).
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