The 2017 Chevrolet Corvette definitely lives up to the excellent reputation of this muscle car over the past 60 years. It is yet another addition to Corvette's legacy for being the best of its class, no questions asked. It outperforms all other sports car in its segment in more ways than one.
It is an American premium sports car. Being considered premium, it does give European sports car a run for its money. European made sports car are known to be the best performing ones, the Corvette beats them by a mile. It also is reported to be tough competitors with Porches and Aston Martins making it a rare performance car.
According to Kelley Blue Book, the 2017 Chevrolet Corvette even rated literally almost perfect in consumer ratings. It garnered 9.8 points out a possible 10, the highest that the site has even seen in terms of consumer rating. An almost perfect score means it is almost perfect. With this sports car reigning supreme for 60 years, each new generation released promises nothing but excellence.
The Corvette is an American performance icon all bedecked with premium style and amenities, and it gets even better. In addition to greater far greater refinement, the Vette is among the best-handling to date.
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It features a wider body and enhanced performance of the supercharged Z06 but retains the Stingray's naturally aspirated V-8. The driving experience the latest generation Corvette felt like it is worth over $100,000. That is how premium this car gives its drivers.
As added by Car and Driver, the only close American-made competition of 2017 Chevrolet Corvette is the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350. However, the latest generation Corvette is a different kind of beast. With its Grand Sport, it performed at 1.13 g and stopped from 70 mph in a lung-collapsing 136 feet. This braking performance definitely is one that can make the headline at any given time.
The 2017 Chevrolet Corvette is making American even prouder because of its overall performance and design. It is one vehicle that speaks for itself. No other American-made sports car has come close and survived as the Corvette.