Cross-country in a Corvette Stingray: Day One
Follow Autoweek across the US in a 2014 C7 Corvette
We're going cross-country in a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray. Join us for the journey.
Photo credit: Rory Carroll
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- Corvette Stingray testing in Europe
- 2014 Chevy Corvette Stingray configurator goes live
- Cross-country in a Corvette Stingray: Conclusion
- Cross-country in a Corvette Stingray: Day Three
- Cross-country in a Corvette Stingray: Day Two
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- Chevrolet old and new at the Woodward Dream Cruise
- First photos of Corvette Racing C7.R from Monterey
- Trailer full of 2014 Corvette Stingrays spotted on the road
- Is this the first 2014 Corvette Stingray crash?
- Video: 2014 Corvette Stingray drive review
As you've heard before, it's an incredible sports car. What we didn't expect is how fantastic it is as a grand tourer. Over 15 hours and around 720 miles, the 'Vette returned decent fuel mileage (haven't calculated an exact figure yet), exhibited excellent road manners, and perhaps most surprisingly -- was incredibly comfortable. Your author is 100 percent free from aches and discomfort. The new seats -- long a sore spot for Corvette owners -- are among the very best available. The nav system and stereo also warrant a mention -- they're highly intuitive and have worked flawlessly so far.