DETROIT, MI - The Corvette has received its first make-over in nearly a decade, making its debut at the Detroit Auto Show over the weekend.
GM's iconic sports car, named the Corvette Stingray, has been redesigned to meet government safety and fuel requirements. It will be built entirely in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
It's reported to go from zero to sixty miles per hour in four seconds, and early rumors have its sticker price set at around $50,000.
The car will ship in autumn of 2013.
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