The 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray convertible is unlike any Corvette that came before it. In some ways it seems strange to even call this new car a Corvette because of the changes. The seventh-generation Corvette is a world-class sports car with everyday livability that many cars don’t possess.
I had the opportunity to take a Stingray convertible with the Z51 and LT3 package around the roads of Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin. On the surface the as tested price of $74,365 seems expensive for a Chevrolet, but compared to cars like the Jaguar F-Type V8 S, the Corvette is about $25,000 less. Option up a Porsche 911 like the Stingray, and the price soars even higher.
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