The bellowing rev of the engine lays ground for a worthy introduction before the Stingray even comes into sight. Swooping lines follow as the elongated body shows off glass-bottle contours and plunging curves. The crested fenders of the vehicle create a single slope from the rear bumper to the roof, making the low-slung and recognizable shape of the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (C3) undeniably sexy.
An innovative design that was ahead of its time, the third generation, 1977 Stingray still makes heads turn today. Created to leave a mark on the sports car industry in the 1960s, the C3 boasts removable roof panels and black exteriors not seen in generations prior. To complement the sleek outer body, the matching black interiors speak to the highest form of sophistication – a statement car that makes no apologies.
Updated with all of the bells and whistles – automatic drive, outputs for iPod and usb, and built-in Bluetooth – this Chevrolet masterpiece eagerly stands up to any modern rival while still retaining the hand-crafted qualities of the past. Let’s go for a ride.