Despite only being on the market for a few months, a number of crashes involving the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray have already occurred. The following seems to be the most brutal to date.
Details about this C7 Corvette Stingray crash are limited with this red example being spotted mangled and wrecked at a car dealership yard in Milwaukee. While we don’t know how the crash occurred, the extensive front end damage suggests that the crash involved quite a bit of speed.
Additionally, based on the snowy conditions the Corvette Stingray is now resting in, it is likely the crash occurred in the same treacherous conditions.
We will update you when and if we receive more news about this crash!
[Via Wrecked Exotics]
why would another confused individual refer to a C7 as a C8??
Because they drive in the snow quite well?
Wrecked or not, who leaves a brand new C7 corvette out in the snow, nonetheless drive it in such conditions? People can go on and on all they want about how well this car handles the icey road, in fact I'd bet my bottom dollar the guy who wrecked this C7 did right before he put it in the wall. Driving a car like this in bad weather conditions is for amateurs. If you can afford a new C7 then you should also have enough money to pony up a measly $5K to get a truck and save the Vette for a dry weather day.