Sunday, February 24, 2013

Chevrolet Releases 2014 Corvette C7 Logo and Dedicated Website, will Debut at Detroit Show

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We hope you're ready for a long list of teasers because GM has plans to build up a lot of hype leading to the official world premiere of the seventh generation of the Chevrolet Corvette at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show on Sunday evening, January 13.Today, much like the Chrysler Group did with itsSRT Viper earlier this year, General Motors released the new Crossed Flags logo for the 2014 Corvette C7 and with it, a dedicated website, where it will be posting information and video content over the coming weeks.
Speaking about the car's newly designed logo, Ed Welburn, GM vice president of global design, said:
“The all-new, seventh-generation Corvette deserved an all-new emblem. The new Crossed Flags design reflects the character of the next Corvette. The flags are much more modern, more technical, and more detailed than before – underscoring the comprehensive redesign of the entire car.”
GM pointed out that it looked at over more than 100 variations of the Crossed Flags logo, which has been a hallmark of the Corvette since its 1953 introduction, before it made a final selection.
Tadge Juechter, Corvette chief engineer, also chipped in to talk about the next model:
“With the new Corvette, we set out to build a world-challenging sports car with design, refinement, efficiency and driver engagement that is second to none. The result is a truly all-new Corvette. There are only two carryover parts from the C6 used in the C7 – the cabin air filter and the rear latch for the removable roof panel.”
Well, needless to say, stay tuned for a whole lot of new teaser pictures, videos and information over the next couple of months…


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