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Styling takes the Corvette in new directions, even if around familiar themes, both inside and out. Sharp lines, crisp angles, and vents aplenty give a definite supercar air to the design that matches the car’s performance. It’s wide, low, and looks fast even at a dead stop. Inside, the Stingray’s design is much improved over the previous generation of the Corvette, and while nothing changes in the standard model for the 2015 model year it retains its refreshing and surprisingly luxurious look. The Z06 adds to the Stingray’s exterior and interior design with wider fenders, an array of aerodynamic add-ons, and a performance-themed cabin treatment.

The Corvette Stingray—the seventh generation, or C7—competes with the world’s greatest sports cars, and once again we’ve named it to our 10Best list. With a 6.2-liter V-8 making 460 hp and 465 lb-ft of torque, you can now choose an eight-speed automatic transmission in addition to the standard seven-speed manual. It sheds its unrefined reputation and has an interior befitting its stature. Offered as a targa or convertible, the Corvette is a performance bargain that you must drive to believe.

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Chevy swears the 2016 Camaro is lighter, faster, and put simply, better, than its ancestors. And after a couple of hot laps around Detroit’s IndyCar race course, our reply is simple. We agree.

The 2016 Edition is a demonstrative step forward for theCamaro. Carmakers always say their products handle better, especially sports cars. But in this case, it’s true. Chevy cut more than 200 pounds from the Camaro’s curb weight, and it shows. The new platform makes a major difference, too. The result is the 2016 Camaro drives more like a sports car than its predecessor, which feels bulky and dated in comparison.

As General Motors car-guy-in-chief Mark Reuss said, “It is wicked fast and extremely nimble.”


Chevrolet Corvette Z06

chevrolet corvette z06

Chevrolet Corvette z06

Think of the Corvette Z06 as the most amazing version of a sports car that is already amazing by anyone’s measure. Sold as either a coupe or convertible, the most important feature is its supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 that makes 650 hp and 650 lb-ft. A seven-speed manual is on hand for shifting duties, and an eight-speed automatic transmission with paddle shifters is now available. The Z07 Performance package adds carbon-ceramic brakes, Michelin Pilot Sport Cups, and adjustable aero bits.

The Z06 is a formidable beast no matter which form it takes, as there’s essentially no fall-off in performance from coupe to convertible. Chopping the roof from the Z06 results in no palpable difference in rigidity—there’s next to no shake in the cowl or the windshield header—and the weight penalty is less than 90 pounds. Yet perhaps the biggest benefit to the convertible is that it allows pure, unfiltered access to an exhaust note that sounds like a Napalm Death concert being held inside a howitzer.

Punch the throttle and your first thought is something like, “Great holy [CENSORED] balls of [CENSORED], this thing is brutal.” The 650-hp, 650-lb-ft supercharged V-8 slingshots the Z06 to 60 mph from a rest in 3.3 seconds. The car reaches 150 mph in 17.7 seconds. It scorches a quarter-mile run in 11.4 seconds at 127 mph. These figures are essentially identical to those we’ve gathered from manual-transmission Z06 coupes.

Chevrolet Colorado 2016


Chevrolet Colorado

The quiet, clever, and capable Colorado offers nearly as much utility as full-size pickups—minus the lane-hogging size. A 2.5-liter four with 191 lb-ft of torque is standard; optional are a 3.6-liter V-6 (269 lb-ft) and a 2.8-liter turbo-diesel four (369 lb-ft), which has a maximum towing capacity of 7700 lb. Other choices are extended or crew cab body styles, two bed lengths, and rear- or four-wheel drive. A six-speed manual is available on base models, while others get a six-speed automatic. Colorado offers three ideal engine options to help you get back and forth from the city to the countryside. First up is the 2.5L I-4. Ingeniously designed, this gas engine offers three of the best numbers for midsize trucks. This includes Best-In-Class 4-cylinder gas horsepower, torque and fuel economy with 20 MPG in the city and 27 on the highway.Or if you need pulling power, upgrade to the 3.6L V6 that offers a Best-In-Class 7,000 lbs. towing.2 And if you are looking for the best of both worlds, you’re going to want to try the Duramax® 2.8L turbo-diesel.

Aside from performance, Colorado is the first midsize truck to offer 4G LTE Wi-Fi®3 making it ideal for city driving and weekend adventures. It also offers support for Apple CarPlayTM4, so you and your passengers can play music and hear texts through the speakers.

Not only is the Colorado innovative, it exceeds expectations in safety. The rear vision camera comes standard. And available Forward Collision Alert5 and Lane Departure Warning5 can help prevent collisions before they happen. All in all, you know you want a truck. This one.