The C7 features racing-proven short/long-arm rear suspension design. Improvements to the overall structure allowed engineers to more precisely tune the suspension and steering for a more nimble and responsive driving experience.
Another good job: Car & Driver writer Andrew Wendler highlights more Stingray details in his 10 Awesome Things You Need To Know About The C7 Corvette post on July 11, 2013.
Matick Chevrolet in metro Detroit, for example, has already placed its first batch of orders from its C7 allocation -- one of the largest in the country. Those new beauties should be built in the next few weeks, reports Corvette sales expert Rich Curran.
To learn more about the C7, visit Chevrolet's 2014 Corvette site.