want something to make your friends and family seethe with jealousy? Now is
your chance. This weekend, the very first 2014 Corvette Stingray is going to be
name Stingray, this car has a lot to live up to. GM has worked very hard to
make sure this car will not only live up to its predecessors, but possibly even
surpass them. The 2014 Stingray has been completely redesigned from the inside
out. The exterior of the car is designed in a way that will rival even the
slickest sports car. Its race-worthy aerodynamics and perfect balance of
lightweight materials will put all other cars to shame.
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Stingray houses an advanced 6.2L LT1 V-8 engine and is setting a new bar for
performance as it allows the vehicle to drive with extreme power while
requiring less fuel. The 7-speed manual transmission is equipped with Active
Rev Matching, which allows the car to anticipate changes, making for the perfect
transition with every shift change.
interior of the vehicle is luxury at its finest. The hand-wrapped leather seats
and dual 8-inch infotainment screens prove that no detail was left unnoticed in
the design of this car. The Stingray is truly setting a new standard for modern
gorgeous piece of art is going to be auctioned off at the Barrett-Jackson
Scottsdale collector car auction on the evening of Saturday, January 19. The
new 2014 Corvette Stingray will tout a VIN ending in 0001 and is just one of
many cars being auctioned off during this eight-day car-lover’s spectacular. In
fact, the event is anticipated to be the biggest no-reserve vehicle auction of
all time with an anticipated 1,400 cars being offered. There are many
special-edition cars that are sure to garner car collectors from all over the
world, including four other limited-edition Chevrolet models. If you don’t live
in Scottsdale, have no worries. You can make your bids via the internet at the
proceeds of the auction for the 2014 Corvette Stingray are going to benefit the
College for Creative Studies (CCS) in Detroit, Michigan. This beneficiary was
chosen because it is home to many up and coming automotive designers. It is the
building block for over 1,400 undergraduate students that have hopes of working
in transportation or industrial design. In fact, there are currently 170 CCS
alumni already employed with the GM design studios.
The Stingray is not going to be available to the general public until July of 2013, so unless you can wait six months, now is your only chance to score this one of a kind vehicle. There are currently no estimates as to how much the car is going to sell for, but some are predicting upwards of $300,000. This money is going to help shape the future of car design and will lead to many more stunning vehicles in the future.