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General Motors is Boss
Motor Trend has spent the last 13 years compiling a Best of the Best list every year of people in the automotive industry. These are some of the best in the world and are changing the landscape of the Automobile. This year there are a few General Motors people, including our very own Camaro Chief Engineer Al Oppenheiser and CEO of General Motors, Mary Barra. Congrats to all of you who made this list. Keep doing what you’re doing!
Will the Chevrolet Camaro be on it’s way to Australia? Our friends over at GMAuthority.com are reporting that General Motors Holden has filed, and been approved, to trademark the “Camaro” name in Australia. Right-hand drive Camaro coming soon? Stay tuned.
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Chevrolet drops Corvette ZR1 Convertible at LA Autoshow. Chevrolet dropped the top on the 2019 Corvette ZR1 with the global introduction of the ZR1 convertible, the first ZR1 drop-top since the original 1970 model-year ZR1.
On sale next spring alongside the Corvette ZR1 coupe, the ZR1 convertible emphasizes Corvette’s iconic proportions and functional sculpture, highlighting the seamless transition between the exterior and interior.
The ZR1 coupe will carry a suggested retail price of $119,995, while the ZR1 convertible will start at $123,995 (prices include destination charge, but exclude tax, title and other dealer fees).
“The new Corvette ZR1 convertible is a supercar in all respects,” said Mark Reuss, executive vice president, Global Product Development, Purchasing and Supply Chain. “Few others can challenge the ZR1 convertible’s power and speed while offering the exhilaration of top-down motoring.”
The performance and technology introduced on the Corvette ZR1 coupe carry over to the new ZR1 convertible. The strength of the Corvette’s aluminum chassis means the only structural changes in the convertible are accommodations for the folding top and repositioned safety belt mounts. The power top can be operated remotely or while driving up to 30 mph. We have one voicemail for this episode of the show. Please continue to give us a call and leave us a voicemail at 586-486-3182.
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