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2014 C7 Corvette StingrayThe 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray just after to its unveiling at the Detroit Auto Show – January 13, 2013
Tom PetersTom Peters, Chevrolet Director of Rear Wheel Design (Image courtesy of GM Media.)
Tadge JuechterTadge Juechter, Corvette’s Chief Engineer. (Image courtesy of GM Media.)
Porsche-CorvetteThe Porsche 911 has always been recognized as one of Corvette’s staunchest – and longest standing – rivals. It has also served as a basis by which Corvette’s design is measured – both on and off the race track.
Ed WelburnEd Welburn, General Motors Vice President of Global Design. (Image courtesy of GM Media.)

Ed was willing to listen... He told me to go back, keep working on the design I wanted and prove that I was right.”

Tom Peters

6.2L LT1 V-8 Engine.The All-New Gen V Small-Block, 6.2L LT1 V-8 Engine. Image courtesy of GM Media.)
The TREMEC TR6070 seven-speed manual transmission comes standard with the 2014 Chevy Corvette. (Image courtesy of GM Media.)The TREMEC TR6070 seven-speed manual transmission comes standard with the 2014 Chevy Corvette. (Image courtesy of GM Media.)
2014 Corvette’s Driver Mode SelectorThe 2014 Corvette’s Driver Mode Selector lets drivers select from one of five driving modes: Weather, Eco, Tour, Sport, and Track. (Image courtesy of GM Media.)
2014 Corvette Instrument ClusterThe 2014 Corvette Instrument Cluster features one of two 8-inch display screens that provide drivers a variety of feedback during vehicle operation. (Image courtesy of GM Media.)
center console of the 2014 CorvetteThe center console of the 2014 Corvette features an 8-inch display that serves as an interface for the car stereo, MP3 player, GPS, and other media. It features an interactive touch screen with gesture recognition technology. (Image courtesy of GM Media.)
The 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray Interior. (Image courtesy of GM Media.)The 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray Interior. (Image courtesy of GM Media.)
The C7 Corvette Stingray features a smaller, 14.1 inch-diameter steering wheel. (Image courtesy of GM Media.)
The all-new aluminum frame was intentionally designed to help shift the car’s weight rearward to achieve an optimal 50/50 weight balance from front to rear axles. (Image courtesy of GM Media.)
The new C7 Corvette Stingray. “Beautiful form follows performance driven function” -Kirk Bennion, Exterior Design Manager (Image courtesy of GM Media.)
The Brand New C7 2014 Corvette Stingray
The 2014 Corvette Stingray’s Front and rear axle and suspension assemblies include Bilstein Monotube Shocks. (Images courtesy of GM Media.)
Offered on 2016 Corvette Stingray and Z06, the Jet Black Suede Design Package features a unique Jet Black sueded microfiber interior, including a microfiber-trimmed steering wheel and shifter, and additional carbon fiber trim.

C7 Corvette Model Year Research Hubs (2014-2019)

Everything you wanted to know about every C7 Corvette, all in one place. From VIN and production numbers to galleries, options codes, sales brochures, videos and even recent sales. The ultimate place to start research.

C7 Corvette Model Year Guides (2014-2019)

The ultimate guide to each and every C7 Corvette model year. We list all specifications, options, performance numbers, colors, recalls and much more. Everything you every wanted to know about the C7 Corvette years. 

Buying a C7 Corvette? Read This First!

Consider this – the C7 Corvette was built from 2014 to 2019 – which means that the oldest example is less than a decade old. In many cases, owners treat their cars like “garage queens.”  This means that many of these Corvettes have far fewer than the standard miles for a car their age. Put that all together, and you’re likely to find a newer, low-mileage, seventh-generation Corvette at a price point that is manageable for your individual budget. 

The C7 Corvette Newsfeed

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2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 Coupe
The C7 ZR1 continued Corvette’s trend of pushing boundaries by introducing the supercharged LT5 V8 engine. This supercharged V8, with a 2.65-liter blower, surpassed the Z06’s LT4 mill by about 50% in size. The carbon fiber hood, incorporating both direct and port fuel injection systems, surrounds the engine, revealing the...

C7 Corvette Production Summary

The C7 Corvette came out swinging with over 37k units produced in its first year. Production held steady for the remaining run of the Corvette with the exception of 2018. Overall, over 180k C7 Corvettes were sold.

C7 Corvette Technical Research

Production and sales numbers, order guides and sales brochures, we have more C7 Corvette research than you could ever want. 

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