2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible to debut at Geneva

According to the reports from Autoweek, the new C7 convertible will be making its world debut at the 2013 Geneva motor show, which is scheduled to start from March 5.

This will mean that car may hit the market along with the coupe in the middle of the year but there are also chances that Chevy may delay it with few months. The camouflaged version of the convertible was spotted recently that suggested that the development is still not completed.

It is quite interesting to note that Chevy is selecting Geneva motor show, as Chicago Motor Show is just a couple of week earlier and the New York Motor Show will be following it after a couple of weeks. As C6 made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show back in 2004 so it is possible that Chevy is planning to repeat the story.

2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
Other than this GM is also planning to give its brand a global exposure, so what could be better than an International motor show were all top brands will be showcasing their best. If theĀ Chevrolet reveals Stingray at the auto show then it will be competing with the cars like Porsche 911 GT3, McLaren P1 and Ferrari Enzo successor.

Images of the new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has just hit the web and has revealed some interesting new look just like the coupe. Other than the soft top roof, the new Corvette Stingray Convertible and coupe will be similar under the hood. Both will be featuring the same aluminum structure, carbon fiber panels and 6.2 litre LT1 V8 engine that will be delivering at least 450 horses of power and a high torque of about 450 pound feet via rear wheels. The engine will be couple with the 7 speed manual or 6-speed automatic transmission and will be available with the paddle shifters. More details about the convertible will be revealed once it will make its debut.

2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray back view

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