GM to Replace Chevrolet Express with EVs in 2026

GM to Replace Chevrolet Express with EVs in 2026 
There have been rumors circulating that Chevy plans to debut their new Express EV line in 2026. It would make it the first electric line of vans from Chevy, and it's expected to be a big hit with businesses and other large organizations. In addition, the Express EV is rumored to have a much longer range than current electric vans on the market. Therefore, it makes it a more practical option for those who need to travel long distances. It's also expected to be more affordable than gas-powered vans, so it's sure to be a popular choice…
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First Retail Production 2023 Corvette Z06 Convertible Raises $1 Million for Thurgood Marshall College Fund

First Retail Production 2023 Corvette Z06 Convertible Raises $1 Million for Thurgood Marshall College Fund

The 2023 Corvette Z06 was auctioned off for $1 million to benefit the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. This latest generation of the Corvette is sure to be a hit with car enthusiasts and collectors alike, thanks to its cutting-edge design and performance. The proceeds from this auction will help support students attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). We applaud the commitment from Chevrolet to education and helping young people achieve their dreams.
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Corvette EV Officially In The Works

Corvette EV Officially In The Works 
For the longest time, the Chevy Corvette was a staple of how good a front-engine, rear-wheel drive, V8-powered sports car could be. However, with the newest C8 generation of Corvette, Chevy has redesigned the Corvette from the ground up. The C8 is the first Corvette not to be front-engined, and it will be the first to get enhanced with electric motors.
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The Corvette History from C1 to C8

The Corvette History from C1 to C8 
The Corvette has always been an American classic. It debuted in 1953 as a two-seater sports car and has evolved into the 8th generation C8 model. The Corvette has had a long and exciting history, with many different models and redesigns along the way. Here is a look at the Corvette history from C1 to C8.
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