Corvettes For A Cure

Our favorite Corvettes


If you are a car-fanatic, maybe you enjoy going to vintage car displays or you love watching the Formula 1 on the TV then you are sure to appreciate a good car when you see one.

From Ferraris to Lamborghinis, there are so many fantastic sports cars on the market, but the corvettes are really something special. If you are lucky enough to own your own corvette then you are sure to take excellent care of it by covering it with some insurance from a company like Aviva, as well as keeping it locked safely in the garage and cleaning it regularly. To celebrate our love of corvettes, we have put together a list of just a few of our favories.

The Chevrolet Corvette

Probably one of the most distinctive and popular American cars ever produced, the Chevrolet was introduced by General Motors in 1952. Over the years it has gone through many changes. Some of the cosmetic changes in 1970 included flared wheel openings and an egg-crate pattern grill.

The Corvette ZR-1

In 1993 came the Corvette ZR-1; it had an engine which was capable of 405 bhp. Compared to the ’92 design, it was 30 bhp better. The exterior design was slightly wider and longer, plus it had a third stop light above the rear window.

Corvette Sting Ray

This car can deliver a staggering 435 bhp. The year 1967 was intended to be the time when Chevrolet introduced the redesigned 3rd generation Corvette. However, this was held back until 1968 due to design kinks.

Did you know that it was in fact Myron Scott - creator of the All-American Soap Box Derby - who decided upon the name corvette? He decided to name the car after the type of small, maneuverable warship called corvette.



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