2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray - Autoweek detailed walkaround
Take a detailed walkaround of the 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray with Autoweek technical editor and resident Corvette Expert Dale Jewett. Dale and Autoweek executive creative director Ken Ross get up close and personal with the new C7. They discuss the Stingray's design - how form indeed follows function. Dale covers what's new, what's different, and what's based on the Corvette's storied heritage. The design team and developers consulted with the Corvette Racing ALMS and Le Mans teams. The result - aero, vents and cooling systems that improve efficiency and performance, and keep passengers more comfortable. Speaking of comfort, take a look at the redesigned interior - always a source of criticism in past Corvette generations.
For all our extensive coverage of the new Corvette, click on http://www.autoweek.com/corvette.
2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible - detailed video walkaround
Take a detailed walkaround of the 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray convertible
with GM Design Director Tom Peters. Autoweek technical editor and resident
Corvette expert Dale Jewett and Peters get up close and personal with the
More details on the Stingray convertible:
Ford Atlas concept pickup truck at the 2013 Detroit auto show - Autoweek TV
Audi peppered its stand with two new high-performance vehicles. For the car
fans there is the RS7, which packs a twin-turbo V8 and a top speed of 190.
And for crossover fans there's the SQ5 with a supercharged V6 and 354 hp.
Details on the RS7:
Volkswagen previewed a new seven-passenger SUV with the CrossBlue concept.
When it hits the streets next year, the SUV will use the Passat's platform
and be built in Tennessee. It will replace the Routan minivan. Details on
Toyota and Honda both showed concepts aimed at winning over younger buyers.
The Honda Urban SUV concept uses the platform from the Fit, and looks to go
up against the Nissan Juke. It will be built in Mexico. More details on the
Honda SUV concept:
And the long-in-the-tooth Corolla is ready for a makeover and the Furia
concept shows that the next version of Toyota's small sedan will gain some
attitude. Details on the Toyota Furia:
Nissan, not to be left out of the party, is showing up the replacement for
the Versa hatchback. It will be called the Versa Note. And then there's the
Resonance concept, which previews the replacement for the Murano.
And for the home team, Cadillac rolled out the swoopy ELR coupe, which uses
the Chevy Volt powertrain. More on the ELR:
And Ford served notice that the next-generation F-150 pickup will be a
technology tour de force, shedding weight while keeping all those manly
truck features. More on the Ford Atlas:
That's the news from Detroit for today. Hit up autoweek.com for tons more
We'll be back tomorrow. Enjoy the drive.
The Corvette Stingray is revealed in Detroit - Autoweek TV with Greg Migliore
The 2014 Corvette Stingray goes on sale this fall. You heard me right, for
the first since 1976 a Vette will use the famous Stingray name.
Under the hood is an all-aluminum 6.2-liter V8 pushing out 450 hp. You can
pair that with a six-speed automatic or seven-speed manual.
Stylewise, this looks a bit like the 2009 Corvette Stingray concept. Look
closely, and you'll see the taillights and rear windows are big departures
from the past.
But really, the show is about more than the Corvette. There are plenty of
major reveals already.
More details on the Corvette Stingray:
Let's check out the Mercedes CLA. This car goes on sale this fall, and it's
a huge deal for Mercedes. It'll cost about $30,000, and runs a 208-hp turbo four-cylinder engine. The style is
what makes this car different. Some say it's a baby CLS.
Details on the CLA:
We can't forget Lincoln. The MKC concept is out, and it's a good-looking
prototype. We're talking an expansive glass roof, curvy wheel arches, big
wheels and a pretty blinged-out grille. Look for a production version in
Details on the MKC:
Speaking of luxury, the Infiniti Q50 is out. It's replacing the G sedan
with new style, steering systems and a new name.
Details on the Infiniti Q50:
All of this just scratches the surface. Come back to autoweek.com 24 hours
a day, and we'll have breaking news from the floor of the show here in
Enjoy the show, and enjoy the drive.
Karmin - Hello - live at the Mercedes-Benz CLA launch event in Detroit
Pop stars Karmin perform their hit song "Hello" at the private
Mercedes-Benz CLA launch event on 1/13/2013 ahead of the North American
International Auto Show in Detroit. You can catch all of our Detroit auto
show coverage at