2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray: 2014 TickTickVroom Car of the Year

2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Technical Specifications:

Performance:

  • 0-60: 3.8 seconds
  • Quarter-Mile: 12 seconds at 119 mph
  • Top Speed: 195 mph
  • Braking from 60-0 mph: 107 feet
  • Lateral Acceleration: 1.03 gs

Fuel Economy:

  • 17 mpg City and 29 mpg Highway (in Touring ModeEco Mode is more efficient)
  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 18.5 gallons

Specifications:

  • Powertrain: 6.2L V8 with Direct Injection
  • Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
  • Displacement (liters/cu. in.): 6.2 liter / 376 cubic inch
  • Transmission: 7-speed manual or 6-speed Paddle Shift automatic
  • Standard Horsepower: 455 hp @ 6000 rpm
  • Horsepower with Performance Exhaust: 460 hp
  • Standard Torque: 460 pound-feet @ 4600 rpm
  • Torque with Performance Exhaust: 465 pound-feet
  • Axle Ratio: 3.42
  • Front Suspension: Short/Long Arm
  • Rear Suspension: Short/Long Arm
  • Standard Front Brakes: 12.6 inch Disc
  • Standard Rear Brakes: 13.3 inch Disc
  • Brake/ABS System: 4-Wheel

Dimensions

  • Base Curb Weight: 3298 lbs
  • Trunk Volume: 15.0 ft3
  • Height, Overall: 48.80 in
  • Length, Overall: 176.90 in
  • Track Width, Front: 63.00 in
  • Track Width, Rear: 61.70 in
  • Wheelbase: 106.70 in
  • Width, Max w/o Mirrors: 73.90 in
  • Front Head Room: 37.90 in
  • Front Hip Room: 53.70 in
  • Front Leg Room: 43.00 in
  • Front Shoulder Room: 55.20 in
  • Passenger Capacity: 2

Z51 Performance Package ($2,800):

  • 19-inch front and 20-inch rear wheels
  • Dry sump oil system
  • Electronic Limited Slip Differential
  • 13.6 inch front brakes with black calipers
  • Slotted brake rotors, front and back
  • Upgraded shocks, springs and stabilizer bars
  • Differential and transmission cooling
  • Aero Package that reduces lift for high-speed stability
  • Michelin Pilot Super Sport ZP summer tires
  • Available Magnetic Selective Ride Control and Performance Traction Management
  • HD Cooling
  • Performance Gear Ratios
  • Available performance exhaust (which increase horsepower and torque from 455/460 to 460/465)

Author: Nick Glasnovich

Founder & Executive Editor of TickTickVroom.com.

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