General Motors unveiled the 2014 Corvette back in January at the Detroit Auto Show. But, of course, there must be a convertible and GM unveiled that here in Geneva. The car shown is the Z51 performance version.
We already know that with 450 horsepower, the new Corvetter Stingray is the most powerful base 'Vette ever. The important additional specification here is the top can be raised or lowered at speeds of up to 31 miles per hour.