2014 Corvette: Car Debuts at 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS)

By on Jan 12, 2013 in Automobile, Business, Technology, United States, World Comments
2014 Corvette emblem

2014 Corvette emblem
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2014 Corvette will be unveiled by General Motors at a private event on Sunday, January 13, 2013. The new car will make its public debut during the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit from January 19-27.

Ahead of its debut, the 2014 Corvette‘s cross flags emblem is reportedly on display outside the Russel Industrial Center building in the heart of the Motor City since Thursday. Many has already tagged Corvette‘s projected emblem as the “Vet Bat Signal” or “Corvette Calling Sign.”

It will be Corvette‘s seventh generation vehicle, highly anticipated during a private auto show event to be held at the Russell Industrial Center, a former factory designed by Detroit architect icon Albert Kahn.

General Motors Co. CEO and chairman Dan Akerson told media on Wednesday, that the 2014 Corvette is “going to be one of the most beautiful cars ever made. It’s a real statement about the new GM, today’s GM, and it’s a statement about Chevrolet and our prospects.”

C7 reportedly features “an all-new small-block, LT1 6.2-liter V8 engine with an estimated 450 horsepower.” The latest Corvette reportedly can achieve 0-60 mph in less than four seconds.

NAIAS 2013 will have a press preview from January 14 to 15 and industry days from January 16 to 17.



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