National Corvette Museum Live Cam

The world famous sports car called the Corvette


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  • National Corvette Museum
  • 350 Corvette Dr. - Bowling Green
  • Kentucky 42101 - United States
  • 270-781-7973

Corvette Sixth generation

The sixth generation of the Chevrolet Corvette, also known as the C6, was produced from 2005 to 2013. It built on the success of the previous generation Corvette, while also introducing a range of new features and upgrades that improved the car's performance, handling, and overall driving experience.

The C6 Corvette was designed by Tom Peters and was heavily influenced by the classic design cues of previous generation Corvettes. The car had a more aggressive, muscular look, with a wide stance, a long hood, and a short deck. It also featured a range of new technologies, including a Magnetic Selective Ride Control suspension system, which allowed drivers to adjust the car's suspension settings on the fly.

The C6 Corvette was powered by a range of new engines, including a 6.0-liter LS2 V8 engine that produced up to 400 horsepower, and a 7.0-liter LS7 V8 engine that produced up to 505 horsepower in the high-performance Corvette Z06 model. The car was available with a six-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmission, and was capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just over four seconds.

Over the course of its production, the C6 Corvette underwent a number of changes and upgrades, including the addition of new engines, transmissions, and performance enhancements. The car was also the subject of a number of special editions and limited-run models, including the Corvette ZR1 and the Corvette Grand Sport.

By the time production of the C6 Corvette ended in 2013, it had firmly established itself as a world-class sports car that was capable of competing with some of the best cars from around the world. Its combination of style, performance, and technological innovation had made it a true icon of American automotive design, and it remains a highly sought-after collectible car to this day.