The Corvette From Beginning To Future The corvette was first introduced in January 1953. To experiment with the car, they only made 300 cars, which were all made by hand and powered by a 235-cubic-inch 6-cylinder engine. The corvette was designed to show the world that General Motors could make a sports car that was a stylish two s eater. All 1953 corvettes were polo white with red interiors. The engine of the car generated 150 horsepower and had a 2-speed power glide automatic transmission.
Researchers have found that the first corvette has been known to go over 150 miles per hour. In 1956 the corvette received its first major styling update. The major changes are an all-new body style with “scooped out” sides, outside door, handles, roll up windows, and an optional removable hardtop. By this time many corvettes were offered in different colors such as white, red, yellow, and black.
Another major change was in 1990 when the ZR-1 was made with 375 horsepower and a LTS 5 engine under its hood. To help the appearance of the ZR-1 stand out from the standard corvette coupes, it was given all new convex rear fascia and quad rectangular taillights. All of the new corvettes were made with a new cockpit design that included digital readouts and analog gauges plus a driver’s personal air bag. Due to the redesigning of the corvette, the horsepower of the standard L 98 engine was increased to 250.
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Shortly after this change, it under went a styling refinement that included a wrap-around front parking/ cornering lamps, new side-panel louvers and a ZR-1 convex rear fascia on all models. To make the corvette look better its center high-mounted stop lamp remained on the roof, while it was integrated into the rear fascia on both the coupe and convertible. The new 2002 convertible has come along way since the first corvette in 1953. It now has many options for how you want the exterior of your car to be. For example you can now choose if you want fog lamps, or / and body side moldings.
Plus as a standard you get clear coat paint, corrosion proof body panels, halogen headlights, dual – electric – remote control- heated sport mirrors- for your mirrors, manual convertible top with heated, glass rear window, flush mounted glass, and windshield wipers. The options that you can choose for your interior are air conditioning (dual zone with electronic control), twilight sentinel, electronic mirrors, and power-telescoping steering column. Air bags, cup holders, cruise control, rear window defogger, low tire warning system, theft system, and power windows are just some of the standard items that come with the car. The 2002 convertible comes with a LS 1 V 8 engine that has 350 horsepower is known to have an outstanding acceleration. The 2003 Caravan is the highlight of the Corvettes future. This car is being made in honor of the 50 th anniversary of the Corvette.
Right now is car is so secretive that there are no pictures of it and very little details about it. All that I know about it is that it is coming out in June of 2003. Also the 2004 Corvette is supposed to be one of the top selling cars in 2004. The cars name is the Sleeker C-6, and there is a rumor saying that it can produce up to 400 horsepower. In the car there will be a On Star virtual operator, internet, MP 3 player, virtual jukebox, hands free operation for cell phones, and a CD drive equipped to play up to 200 songs with MP 3 s.
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