'14 Chevy Corvette Stingray technology rich.
Every line of Corvette's aerodynamic design improves performance, handling and fuel efficiency.
Hood vents, repositioned grille and radiator contribute to slipperier design.
Hood vents also play safety role, giving car more stability.
Functional side coves sharpen exterior design, improve aero and fuel economy.
Functional side vents of Z51 Performance Package direct air, improve thermal efficiency of transmission.
Fifth-generation small-block V-8 engine brings to market new fuel-saving technologies, enhances and broadens use of other existing GM technologies.
Highly advanced combustion system key performance, fuel-saving technology of fifth-generation small-block V-8 engine.
Active exhaust system improves air flow.
7-speed manual transmission features fuel-saving "loafer gear" for highway cruising.
Driver-selectable rev-matching feature makes for smarter, smoother shifts.
Specially designed Brembo brakes provide greater stopping power, reduce drag for longer pad life and improved safety.
Forged aluminum wheels save weight.
Two new seat designs each leverage magnesium frames to save weight.
All-new aluminum frame structure 57% stiffer, 99 lbs. (45 kg) lighter than predecessor.
Gauge, shape and strength of each section of 5-piece frame rails optimized for weight savings.
Chassis lighter, stiffer and more precisely tuned.
Narrower wheels shrink overall tire footprint, reducing rolling resistance for better cruising comfort, fuel economy.
Suspension A-arms now hollow cast aluminum instead of solid aluminum.
Aluminum shock mounts among front-suspension technologies.
Rear suspension's lower control arm hollow, rear toe links shift to aluminum from steel to save weight.
Industry-first technologies longtime element of Corvette lineage.
The redesigned-for-'14 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray brings to market a number of all-new technologies and makes broader use of others to lay the performance, safety and fuel-efficiency building blocks of future mainstream GM cars and trucks.
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