Chevrolet Corvette – A High Performance and Power-Driven Car

November 12, 2021/Buy Cars And Trucks

Corvette provides the drivers with an easy method to adjust practically every aspect of the automobile to match their needs with the Driver Mode Selector. Tailored genuine leather envelope every detail, with seat combinations that provide the ultimate comfort.

Tailored genuine leather envelope every detail, with seat combinations that provide the ultimate comfort.

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The all-new Corvette Stingray is like three cars in one. It delivers the comfort and utility of a long-distance GT car, the connection and infotainment of a daily driver, and the acceleration, grip, and braking of a proficient track car.

 

Sporting Competition

The Competition Sport seat, which is available, has aggressive bolsters for track driving, as well as performance textile in high-wear areas.

 

You’re not just driving one of the most daring sports cars on the road; you’re also riding shotgun with a piece of history. The iconic and legendary next-generation Corvette is a beautifully designed mid-engine sports car with tremendous aerodynamics, slashing the air with absolute accuracy.

Great for a Show-Off

The retractable roof blends in with the body design, producing an open-air curtain that wraps around occupants. Whether you’re on the road with the top down or on the track with the top up, the most track-capable Corvette convertible in history maintains a high level of performance.

Highlights of Corvette

Genuine carbon fiber and aluminum trim, hand-wrapped leather materials, dual eight-inch adjustable screens, and two new seat options – each with a lightweight magnesium frame for outstanding support – round out the interior.

A five-position Drive Mode Selector that tailors 12 vehicle attributes to the driver’s environment, as well as a new seven-speed manual transmission with Active Rev Matching that anticipates gear selections and matches engine speed for perfect shifts every time, are among the advanced driver technologies.

Lightweight Materials

Lightweight materials such as an aluminum frame; a carbon fiber hood and removable roof panel on coupes; composite fenders, doors, and rear quarter panels; underbody panels; and a new aluminum frame help shift weight rearward for an optimal 50/50 weight balance and world-class power-to-weight ratio.

High-Intensity

Advanced high-intensity discharge and light-emitting diode lighting, as well as racing-proven aerodynamics that mix low drag for efficiency with performance aspects for increased stability and track capabilities, are featured on the sculpted exterior.

Track-capable Z51 Performance Package, which includes an electronic limited-slip differential, a dry-sump oiling system, integral brake, differential, and transmission cooling, as well as specific wheels, tires, brakes, and a one-of-a-kind aero package that improves high-speed stability.

High-Intensity

Advanced high-intensity discharge and light-emitting diode lighting, as well as racing-proven aerodynamics that mix low drag for efficiency with performance aspects for increased stability and track capabilities, are featured on the sculpted exterior.

Track-capable Z51 Performance Package, which includes an electronic limited-slip differential, a dry-sump oiling system, integral brake, differential, and transmission cooling, as well as specific wheels, tires, brakes, and a one-of-a-kind aero package that improves high-speed stability.

High-Intensity

Advanced high-intensity discharge and light-emitting diode lighting, as well as racing-proven aerodynamics that mix low drag for efficiency with performance aspects for increased stability and track capabilities, are featured on the sculpted exterior.

Track-capable Z51 Performance Package, which includes an electronic limited-slip differential, a dry-sump oiling system, integral brake, differential, and transmission cooling, as well as specific wheels, tires, brakes, and a one-of-a-kind aero package that improves high-speed stability.

Cutting-Edge Technology

According to Helen Emsley, interior design director, the new Corvette Stingray interior combines excellent materials and workmanship with advanced technologies, resulting in a more connected and engaging driving experience.

 

“It starts with the wraparound cockpit inspired by fighter jets, then progresses to a smaller steering wheel, more supportive chairs, and high-definition, programmable screens, all wrapped in beautiful materials.”

 

 The leather-wrapped instrument panel, for example, is made with hand-selected and hand-stretched materials for better grain matching, and stitching is done by robots to ensure perfect seams.

 

A micro-LED screen for the passenger’s climate control is even located beneath the vent on the dash, away from the performance features on the instrument panel.

The easy Driver Mode Selector is at the heart of the Corvette Stingray’s driver-focused innovations, allowing drivers to optimize the car for their driving preferences and road conditions via five settings: Weather, Eco, Tour, Sport, and Track.

 

The Driver Mode Selector, which is accessible via a rotary knob near the shifter, is simple to use. The Tour mode is the default setting for everyday driving; Weather mode is designed for added confidence while driving in rain and snow; Eco mode is for achieving optimal fuel economy; Sport mode is for spirited road driving, and Track mode is for track use. With the selection of each mode, twelve performance characteristics are modified, including:

 

Tour, Eco, and Weather modes have displays for trip data, radio, and navigation; Sport mode has traditional, easy-to-read sports car gauges; and Track mode has a gauge design based on the Corvette Racing C6R racing car display, complete with a lap timer.

 

Electronic Throttle Control improves responsiveness by adjusting the throttle input curve for the specified mode. Adjusts shift ease and shift points with a paddle-shift automatic transmission.

Exhaust (active exhaust system)

Depending on the drive mode, the system adjusts the timing of the electronically-controlled exhaust valves to improve audible feedback from the V-8.

Electronic limited-slip differential

Adjusts the rate at which the limited slip engages to balance steering response and stability in various driving conditions; more aggressive performance in Sport and Track modes.

Steering

The assist effort is adjusted in the modes to provide the driver with the appropriate steering feel for the driving situation.

Magnetic Ride Control

This feature adjusts shock damping based on road conditions, ranging from optimized comfort to performance driving.

Launch control is available in Track mode for both manual and automatic transmissions, allowing for optimum acceleration off the line.

Stability control (active handling)

 In Track mode, there is a “competitive” setting that is better suited to on-track circumstances. It can also be turned off, giving the driver full control. Weather mode adjusts traction control and engine torque to suit driving in adverse weather.

For track driving, Performance Traction Management is available in Track mode and has five torque reduction and brake intervention settings. Three configurable displays, including two eight-inch screens and a color head-up display, provide personalized information and convey the various performance parameters of each drive mode.

 

The two eight-inch screens are among the brightest in the industry, with 650 cd/m2 of brightness for the one integrated into the instrument cluster and 1,000 cd/m2 for the one in the center stack. The touch-screen control screen in the center stack also has gesture recognition and can be lowered to reveal a hidden storage compartment with a USB input for device charging or uploads.

 

A premium 10-speaker audio system is available, which comprises a bass box and two subwoofers, as well as speakers with rare-earth magnets for improved sound quality while reducing weight and space. Every line counts on the functionally elegant exterior of the Corvette Stingray.

 

According to Ken Parkinson, executive director of global design, the Corvette Stingray’s provocative exterior styling is as functional as it is elegant.

 

“Developing a new Corvette, while every designer’s dream,” Parkinson said, “is not an easy task.” “The goal was to create a bold design statement that embraced the car’s advanced technology while improving its overall performance in everything from the wind tunnel to the racetrack.” 

FAQ

Q1. What is the distinction between four-wheel drive and all-wheel drive?

When a vehicle equipped with an all-wheel-drive detects a requirement, the vehicle automatically transfers power to all four driving wheels. When a vehicle has four-wheel drive (4×4), the driver can transfer power from two wheels to all four wheels by pressing a button or flipping a switch.

Q2. What is the GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating)?

When properly equipped, the GVWR includes the weight of the vehicle, passengers, cargo, and equipment. It is not advisable to exceed this weight.

Q3. Is my vehicle also protected against rust?

Chevrolet vehicles are designed and built to be corrosion resistant. All body and sheet metal components are corrosion-warrantied for the first three years/36,000 miles, and rust-through protection is guaranteed for the first six years/100,000 miles, whichever comes first. Additional rust-inhibiting materials are not necessary or required under the Sheet Metal Coverage. Chevrolet makes no recommendations about the utility or value of such products. Application

Q4. Who should I contact if I have a problem with my car?

Your satisfaction and goodwill are valuable to both your dealer and Chevrolet. Typically, any issues with the sales transaction or the operation of your vehicle will be resolved by the sales or service departments at your dealer. The first step is to speak with a member of dealership management about your issue. Concerns are usually quickly resolved at that level.

Q5. What kind of child-safety seats should I install in my Chevrolet?

Chevrolet does not recommend or endorse any specific child restraints, but we do have some information that may be useful to you.

Chevrolet’s seats and belt systems are built to accommodate child restraints. However, we cannot guarantee that all child restraints will work with Chevrolet vehicles. Our vehicles meet the SAE J1819 standard, which is a recommended guideline for automotive safety belt and child restraint compatibility. As a result, child restraints that meet this standard will be more compatible with Chevron’s seats and safety belt systems.

Q6. What exactly is Chevy Safety Assist?

Chevy Safety Assist combines six of our advanced forward-facing safety features to help you feel more confident while driving. Automatic Emergency Braking, Forward Collision Alert, Front Pedestrian Braking, Following Distance Indicator, Lane Keep Assist with Lane Departure Warning, are all included.

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