Corvette TermsA B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
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1953 - 1962 Corvettes, also known as the "Straight Axle" Corvettes.
1963 - 1967 Corvettes, also known as the "Mid Year" Corvettes.
1968 - 1983 Corvettes.
1983 - 1996 Corvettes.
1997 - 2004 Corvettes.
A C5 based race car highly successful at LeMans, Daytona and Sebring.
2006 - 2013 Corvettes.
2014 - ? Corvettes
Corvette designer credited with the styling of the C5.
Computer Aided Gear Selection. A fuel economy feature introduced in 1989 that skipped second and third gears during casual driving.
Callaway Engineering produced a series of modified Corvettes some of which were sold through Chevrolet dealers. See callawaycars.com for more information.
Short for Chevrolet Engineering Research Vehicle. A series of race / show cars built for R&D efforts.
A hood design that hinges at the front and offers access to the engine, tires and suspension. Used in the C4 Corvettes.
GM executive who was an early proponent of the Corvette.
Parts, accessories and options that were installed by the factory and a term that is sometimes a source of controversy. For example, a CD player installed in a 1960 Corvette would not be considered "correct".
An early electronic fuel injection system used in 1982 to 1984 Corvettes.
A small, light and easily maneuverable warship after which the Chevrolet sports car was named. See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corvette.
Vents mounted near the cowl in front of the windshield in C1 and C2 Corvettes.
A wheel style used in 1991 Corvettes, nicknamed due to the design similarity with the food processor.