Corvette Stingray Concept Officially Revealed

Chicago 2009 Corvette Stingray Concept RevealedThe annual Chicago Auto Show is the largest North American auto show to date (seeing as our Detroit show was scaled back a tad). The show concluded its open public show back on February 22nd.  Along with the celebration of this being the 101st year of the show, numerous unique vehicles and concept cars were on showcase.

The most memorable concept vehicle revealed was the Corvette Stingray. Doesn’t her picture just make you drool?? Fans can find the Stingray in the movie Transformers II: Revenge of the Fallen where she plays a character named Sideswipe.

To understand every element she has to offer, Ed Welburn, General Motors Vice President of Design, was the individual chosen to unveil this baby for the first time ever. He stated, "This is purely a concept… I like our designers to feel free to bring forward ideas."

Check out the video after the jump to hear about all her purring features.

[ AutoWeek ]

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5 Responses to Corvette Stingray Concept Officially Revealed

  1. Stewart Gray says:

    The rear end is not Impressive, nor is the front end. Please come up with a better design.

  2. Paul Voegerl says:

    This car is one of the greatest ideas Chevy has ever come up with. If they need any promotional help with it, feel free to contact me.

  3. carl says:

    What do you mean not impressive you are not a fan of the Vette. look at those lines those curves she is truely a beuitful machine. if Chevy decides to make this they will ensure the corvettes survial

  4. Don says:

    Let the comments come and go however I have my pen ready to sign on the line to purchase this Corvette as I am sure many others are also lining up.

  5. Don says:

    Let the comments come and go however I have my pen ready to sign on the line to purchase this Corvette as I am sure many others are also lining up.

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