The nose of the 2014 Vette steals from a Ferrari 599/ old Dodge Viper with Ferrari 458 headlights, while the rear looks like the back end of a Camaro after a night in Chinatown.
And that interior...really? I HOPE the purpose of this car was to knock the price down 60% while stabilizing the 2005-2013 Vette prices...
Yes, they are getting into the European styling finally, nothing wrong with that.
The Stingray is a hot looking vette.
It looks like an Aztek.
What shocked me was the top MSRP price for the Camaro, $54,999, more than the 'vette. And Chevrolet is supposed to be priced for the poor people! Pooor must have one heck of a lot more than I do.
["And Chevrolet is supposed to be priced for the poor people! Pooor must have one heck of a lot more than I do."]
Did it ever occur to you that you just might be out of touch with conditions in the real world?
And no, actual poor people don't buy new cars, not even Kia's.
Buying a new Camaro MAKES people poor in order to pay all those pensions and entitlements.
Keep your chin up, $15,000 will buy a used Camaro in just a few years. Look at the Hummers that where priced that high when new.
I remember when a 1990 ZR-1 Corvette sat in the dealership showroom for $67,000. Now a used 2009ish Z0-6 is 5x the car and under $40,000. Maybe 10x the car when you see them side by side!