National Corvette Museum Live Cam

Located approximately 60 miles north of Nashville


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

Corvette Seventh generation

The seventh generation of the Chevrolet Corvette, also known as the C7, was produced from 2014 to 2019. It was a major departure from the previous generation Corvette in terms of both design and engineering, and represented a significant leap forward in the car's evolution.

The C7 Corvette was designed by Kirk Bennion and was heavily influenced by advanced aerodynamic research and wind tunnel testing. The car had a low, aggressive stance and a sleek, modern body design that was both beautiful and functional. It also featured a range of new technologies, including a Performance Data Recorder that allowed drivers to record and analyze their driving performance.

The C7 Corvette was powered by a new, 6.2-liter LT1 V8 engine that produced up to 460 horsepower, and was mated to a seven-speed manual or eight-speed automatic transmission. The car was capable of accelerating from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just over four seconds, and had a top speed of over 190 miles per hour.

Over the course of its production, the C7 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 Z06 and the Corvette Grand Sport.

In 2019, production of the C7 Corvette came to an end with the limited-run Corvette ZR1, which was the most powerful and fastest Corvette ever produced up to that point. The C7 Corvette 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, and it had cemented the Corvette's position as an iconic American automotive.