Vehicle of The Week: 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
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The 2021 Chevrolet Corvette is outfitted with a 490-or 495-torque V8 motor, an eight-speed Automatic transmission, and back tire drive. As you would expect, this powertrain can carry the Corvette up to speed like a rocket. Press the choke, and the Corvette essentially bolts. Going from zero to 60 mph requires only three seconds, and that speed increase doesn’t tighten until well past lawful speed limits. Settings change from the double grasp transmission are lightning-fast, and the motor mounted simply crawls behind the driver’s seat, radiates a deafening thunder at max speed.
What you probably won’t expect is the means by which the Corvette feels in regular driving. The Stingray zips energetically in and out of town and up to roadway speeds with a light choke application. The exhaust note is tranquil and curbed at lower fires up, and the transmission moves without a hitch and expeditiously in unpredictable driving, which isn’t generally the situation with this sort of gearbox.
- Engine: 6.2-liter V8 with 490 horsepower and 465 pound-feet of torque (495 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque with the performance exhaust); starts at $58,900
- Drivetrain: rear-wheel drive
- Transmission: eight-speed dual-clutch automatic
The Corvette flaunts a cutting edge and jazzy inside that wouldn’t watch awkwardly in a vehicle that costs a few fold the amount. The driver-situated dashboard and mid-control area give the lodge a cockpit-like appearance, which is complemented by the surprising yet instinctive transmission flip switches. Most surfaces are managed with very good quality materials like cowhide, aluminum, delicate touch plastic, and – in exceptional models – carbon fiber. Even better, the inside stays calm at higher paces, and it suppresses most street and wind commotion.
Corvette Infotainment, Bluetooth, and Navigation
The Corvette’s infotainment system is pretty intuitive. The 8-inch touch screen is within easy reach and responds promptly to inputs. The graphics are crisp, and the menu structure is simple to understand. The digital gauge cluster has a vivid display too, and it can be configured to show as little or as much information as you want.
The downside of this driver-centric layout is that passengers have little to no access to any of it. This means every volume adjustment, radio station change, and navigation input is up to the driver. The climate controls also earn some criticism. These buttons cascade down from the dashboard in a slender line. The top buttons adjust the driver-side settings, while the lower buttons adjust the passenger-side settings. It’s an unorthodox setup that takes time to get accustomed to.
Buying A Used 2021 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray At Gravity Autos Atlanta
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