Saturday, July 2, 2011

2012 Chevrolet Centennial Edition Corvette

Chevrolet is celebrating its 100th Birthday with a tribute to racing driver turned entrepreneur, Louis Chevrolet. The founder of the Chevrolet was driving in Indianapolis 500s on four occasions from 1915 to 1919. Although he never achieved the victory, helped his experience in racing Chevrolet grow.

As a tribute, made ​​the 2012 Chevrolet Corvette Centennial Edition is a Flash-carbon black with logos on the pillars with the number B 100 You can also see that there are some Alcantara in contrast to the red color that is combined with black trim. Headrests were also the 100th Good anniversary logo. The Centennial Edition has 18 or 19 inch wheels for sports and special standard Corvette Grans, while 19 or 20 inches for the Z06 and ZR-1.

The Centennial edition will be available on all Corvette models they sell, including the Z06, the ZR-1, and Grand Sport. For all models, this car birthday with red brake calipers of a Corvette with the optional adjustable magnetic suspension technology will be painted. The Centennial Edition Corvettes sold this summer, while the first unit at Barrett Jackson in Palm Beach, Florida will be auctioned.

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