The sixth-generation Corvette Grand Sport has supercar speed and supercar style without the supercar price.
Iconic Styling - The Corvette tends to remain largely unchanged across generations, though the addition of the Grand Sport models a few years ago brought the aggressive looks of the Z06 to a wider audience. The low-slung, wide-fendered, aggressive look of the Corvette speaks of speed and handling, and it lives up to the look.
The Heart of the Beast - LS3 small block engine. With over two decades of industry experience, the LS engines have proved themselves to be one of the top-quality and most durable engines available today. It's one of the best out-of-the-box engines to date from GM, and has far fewer weak spots than the options that preceded it. The high-revving, deep-breathing LS3 6.2L is poised to go down in history as one of Chevrolet’s best and most versatile engines.
Grand Sport Option - The Grand Sport option combines a consistent lightweight architecture, a track-honed aerodynamics package, Z06 performance suspension components, a naturally aspirated engine, and in this case, Michelin PS4 performance tires
The 2013 Chevrolet Corvette end the sixth-generation of America's only true sports car with grace, aptitude, as well as, attitude.