If you think about the landscape of vehicles available here in the United States that really pack a lot of punch for their dollar, it’s really hard to make a list about those cars without considering the Chevrolet Corvette. In fact, I would venture to say that those people who really have a good grasp on what they’re talking about would include the Corvette somewhere near the top of the list. Through its evolution, the platform has really become quite the performer, even getting critical acclaim so high that most would probably say that the car is able to pack a punch above its price range, even.
However, contrary to what you might think, the Corvette didn’t start on its pedestal. In fact, from the beginning, when Chevrolet decided that they wanted to compete with what Europe was starting to offer, the Corvette didn’t catch on right away at all. There were a lot of things that they could improve upon with the original that could make the platform better as the original concept seemed to be a good idea but when it came through to execution, well, not so much. However, before long, one thing leads to another and eventually the evolution would begin to accumulate to the point where we get to today.
If you check out the video below, you’ll see the presentation as laid out by Donut media as they give us the rundown on everything that you need to know about how the Corvette came to find its way into the hearts of so many people across the world and climb to somewhere near the top of the performance totem pole. As usual, you can expect that comedic flair that these guys bring to the table that makes these videos all that much more entertaining to watch. Buckle up and brace yourself for this history lesson because it’s coming at you quick and we can guarantee that you’re going to love it.
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