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When it comes to American sports cars, few models have the prestige and performance-based heritage of the Chevy Corvette. The Corvette was first introduced in 1953. It has since been a quintessential example of what to look for in a sports car, with powerful engines, sleek and gorgeous designs, and innovations generation after generation. No matter what you are looking for in a Chevy Corvette, you will find some of the best vehicles to ever grace the road.
The first generation for the Chevy Corvette started in 1953 and ran through 1962, with I-6 engines as the standard choice, and V8 engines becoming available in 1955. In 1963, the second generation of the Chevy Corvette kicked off with the introduction of the Sting Ray and a sleek design that would inspire sports-car-enthusiasts for years to follow. The third generation ran from 1968 to 1982 and included a wide range of models, including Stingray coupes with T-top roofs and a wide range of powerful engines.
In 1984, the fourth generation of the Chevy Corvette was introduced with a complete redesign, the first since 1963, and it ran through 1996. The fifth generation also featured a complete redesign, one of the most comprehensive since the introduction of the Corvette; it was released in 1997 and ran through 2004. It was followed by the sixth generation in 2005, which went through 2013, and while it was marketed as an “all-new” release, many Corvette fans see it as an extension of the previous generation. A seventh generation was set to be released in 2011 but was delayed until 2014 and only ran through 2019.
An all-new boldly redesigned mid-engine Chevy Corvette was released in 2020 for the eighth generation and essentially reinvented everything expected from a Corvette. With a shorter nose and longer mid-section, due to the mid-vehicle engine placement, this all-new Corvette is revolutionary, while living up to the incredible tradition of its name.
Here at Blossom Chevrolet, we love every generation and model of the Chevy Corvette, from its beginnings through the Stingrays that followed.