Real First Impressions Video: 2013 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible
Here we are with another Real First Impressions, the Video Edition. In this short episode we discuss the Real First Impressions of the 2013 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Convertible. From the looks on all sides, Driver's seat and hitting the road, this short video will give you a first hand account of powerful and iconic American sports car. At its 60th Anniversary and for $78K the question is: Is the Corvette liveable and is it still worth the money? Find out what this car has to offer and whether you want to learn more from our upcoming Real Video review. Be sure to stop by our Real Auto Reports website and read the full Real First Impressions of the 2013 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Convertible ( http://bit.ly/QGcW5B). For the Real Video, a detailed look of this 60th Anniversary Corvette, visit: http://bit.ly/TwyaWP. Join the conversation! Like us on Facebook via http://www.facebook.com/RealAutoReports and connect with us on Twitter via @RealAutoReports.
2010 Corvette Grand Sport Twin Turbo
This is a 2010 Corvette grand Sport that a customer brought to us. We wanted to show his real reaction with the increased horsepower. This is a real pick up and test drive with a customer. Please be courteous, and share if you like the video! We put on the 1000hp rated turbos, dual turbosmart wastegates, turbosmart blow off valve, Pfadt X-Pipe. Thank's to turbosmart, Deatsch Werks, and Pfadt for great products!
1965 Corvette C2 - World record attempt on standing mile to break 200mph
Kimmo's attempt to break 200mph on standing mile with his 1965 Corvette C2.
Corvette Grand Sport Road Test & Review by Drivin' Ivan Katz
Drivin' Ivan Katz reviews the 2013 Chevy Corvette Grand Sport. See all of his videos, read all his reviews & articles and see slideshows here: http://www.examiner.com/sports-car-in-national/ivan-katz The base price for the 2013 Grand Sport Coupe is $56,000. The premium package costs $9,495 and includes memory power sport seats, luggage shade & cargo net, heated leather seats, tilt telescoping steering wheel, navigation, bose premium audio, home remote, blue tooth and heads up display. Magentic ride control is $1,695. The 60th anniversary design package is $1,425 and the dual mode performance Exhaust is $1,195. With destination, the out the dealer price for my test car is $70,785. I also quoted specs from the 427 convertible version as well in the video. However you equip it, the 60th anniversary Chevrolet Corvette is an amazing car both aesthetically and in terms of brute performance!