Chevrolet has released a video with the Corvette C7 explaining the new technologies used during development.
After detailing the lightweight "smart material" and interior cabin of the Stingray, now it's time for Chevrolet to offer information about how the car was engineered. We find out more about the engine, chassis, suspension and brakes, along with info about the manufacturing process.
It features an aluminum space frame with composite structure underbody panels bonded to aluminum. The "revolutionary" chassis reduces noise and improves torsional rigidity while the performance is granted by the 6.2-liter LT1 V8 engine producing 450 hp (336 kW) and 450 lb-ft (609 Nm) of torque, helping the Stingray reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in less than four seconds.
Chevrolet has already announced plans of bringing the convertible version to next month's Geneva Motor Show.