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Chevrolet Corvette C7 Targa (2014-2019)

Neo score 97%Ext score 79%

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Product Overview

Chevrolet Corvette C7 is a high-performance mid-size targa sports car in production from 2014 to 2019. It was available with a range of V8 engines that displaced 6.2 liters.
Compared to the C6 Corvette, the C7 uses a rear-mounted transaxle setup that improved weight distribution. It further adds a 7-speed manual transmission, while a fast-shifting 8L90 8-speed automatic was also offered.
The best Stingray is already an admirable vehicle, while the Z06 and ZR1 models with supercharged variants of the LT1 engine offers some of the best performance from North America.

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Ratings

What we found**

Neo score 97% (not directly comparable across industries)
Pros
  • Great performance
  • Solid drivetrain reliability
  • New 7-speed manual transmission
  • Characterful small block engine
  • Exciting styling
  • Solid suspension setup
  • Targa is better than the convertible
Cons

    What external reviewers found***

    Ext 79% (not directly comparable across industries)
    Pros
    • Fantastic handling
    • Impressive infotainment system
    • Powerful V8
    • Gorgeous looks
    • Incredibly fast
    Cons
    • Lack of manual transmission
    • Lacklustre rear spoilers
    • Rear visibility isn’t great
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    Specifications

    StingrayStingray AT

    Capacity

    Cargo Capacity287 L / 10.1 cu-ft ~ 593 L / 20.9 cu-ft
    Coolant Capacity11.2 L / 11.8 qt
    Engine Oil Capacity6.6 L / 7.0 qt
    Fuel Capacity70.0 L / 18.5 gal
    Passengers2
    Payload226 kg / 498 lbs173 kg / 381 lbs

    Chassis

    Brakes | FrontVentilated discs
    Brakes | RearVentilated discs
    Power SteeringElectric Steering
    Suspension | FrontDouble-wishbone
    Suspension | RearDouble-wishbone
    Turning Circle11.5 m / 37.7 ft

    Construction

    Body Style2-door Convertible

    Dimensions

    Size | Height1239 mm / 48.8 in
    Size | Length4492 mm / 176.9 in
    Size | Width1872 mm / 73.7 in
    Track Width | Front1600.0 mm / 63.0 in
    Track Width | Rear1568.0 mm / 61.7 in
    Weight1614.0 kg / 3558.3 lbs1667.0 kg / 3675.1 lbs
    Wheelbase2710 mm / 106.7 in

    Performance

    Acceleration | 0 - 100 km/h4.2 sec
    Acceleration | 0 - 60 mph4.0 sec
    CO2 Emission279 g/km284 g/km
    Fuel Economy12.2 L/100km / 19.3 MPG (combined) | 19.6 L/100km / 12.0 MPG (urban) | 8.0 L/100km / 29.4 MPG (highway)12.4 L/100km / 19.0 MPG (combined) | 19.5 L/100km / 12.1 MPG (urban) | 8.3 L/100km / 28.3 MPG (highway)
    Top Speed290.0 km/h / 180.2 mph

    Powertrain

    Drivetrain LayoutFront-engine (longitudinal), Rear-wheel drive
    Emission StandardEuro 6
    EngineLT1
    Engine | Bore103.2 mm / 4.1 in
    Engine | Compression Ratio11.5:1
    Engine | Displacement6.2 L / 376.0 cu-in / 6162.0 cc
    Engine | Power466.0 hp / 347.5 kW @ 6000 rpm
    Engine | Specific Output75.6 hp/L / 1.2 hp/cu-in
    Engine | Stroke92.0 mm / 3.6 in
    Engine | Torque630 Nm / 464.7 lb-ft @ 4600 rpm
    Engine | TypeNaturally-aspirated multi-port injected petrol V8 engine with 2 values per cylinder
    Transmission | Gears7-speed8-speed
    Transmission | TypeManualAutomatic

    Production

    Availability2014 ~ 2019

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    External Reviews

    carmagazine[1]

    Sentiment Score 84%
    Reviewers from carmagazine have found the following***:
    The 'Vette was always a lightweight machine built of fiberglass, but of course these days it's carbonfibre layered across the dash, those seats and of course above your head, with that removable roof. The seats are really well bolstered: the fittings and finish of the cabin, including the leather, isn't Porsche-like, but it's hardly Asda either. The driving position is low, snug and near-perfect, giving you prime position to lord over that undulating bonnet.
    Find the original article here.
    Pros
    • Powerful V8
    • Gorgeous looks
    • Fantastic handling
    Cons
    • Rear visibility isn’t great

    carmagazine[2]

    Sentiment Score 74%
    Reviewers from carmagazine have found the following***:
    The ZR1 is the fastest, most powerful production Corvette yet. Costs $121,000 (£94,650) compared with $55,495 for a base-model C7 'Vette. Has a blown 6.2-litre V8 developing 755bhp and 715lb ft of torque. Not many cars can outperform it, not for this money.
    Find the original article here.
    Pros
    • Incredibly fast
    • Powerful V8
    • Impressive infotainment system
    Cons
    • Lacklustre rear spoilers
    • Lack of manual transmission

    User Reviews

    References

    1. ^ Chevrolet Corvette C7 Stingray (2014) review. [carmagazine]. https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/chevrolet/chevrolet-corvette-c7-stingray-2014-review/. 2014-02-07. Retrieved 2022-05-24.
    2. ^ Chevrolet Corvette C7 ZR1 (2019) review: the ultimate swansong. [carmagazine]. https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/chevrolet/corvette-zr1/. 2019-03-07. Retrieved 2022-05-24.

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