Hemmings wrote: "From a heritage and design standpoint that was uniquely Detroit came the incredibly American Corvette, which had established itself in the American car market before its first total redesign. The one-year-only split-window treatment has progressed from the most controversial aspect of this car to its most desirable".
When Automobile Magazine speaks of the terminology used by automotive designers in an article in the August 2007 issue entitled "Tumble What?" it is Corvette that appears as one of the illustrations. A classic C3 Corvette appears as the illustration for the "louver".
It is no surprise that beautiful design elements and Corvette go hand in hand!