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The Fourth Concept Car in the Top 17: Corvette Manta Ray

Unleashing the Timeless Beauty In the dazzling realm of automotive dreams, certain cars emerge not just as machines but as works of art that transcend time. Join us as we dive into the passionate saga of the Corvette Manta Ray, a concept car that defies eras, blending the classic and the futuristic in a symphony of design and innovation. An Overture to Concept Cars Concept cars, the virtuosos of automotive creation, take center stage, pushing the boundaries of design and technology. In this grand orchestration, the Corvette Manta Ray emerges as a beacon, drawing inspiration from the sleek, graceful manta ray and weaving it into the very fabric of automotive culture. Crafting Legends: The Genesis of Manta Ray The birth of the Corvette Manta Ray is a tale of inspiration and craftsmanship. Influenced by the deep-sea elegance of the manta ray, the Mako Shark II concept paved the way, providing a glimpse into the third-generation Corvette design. A front end that unfolds like a story, revea

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1969 Manta Ray Corvette Concept Car

53 | 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Manta Ray Concept

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Will There Be a Corvette Concept in Detroit?

It is January, so it is NAIAS. The anticipation is beyond words regarding one particular automotive dream, the Corvette. Everyone wanted it last year. But it didn't come out to play. People were guessing all year, when it will be shown. Now we do know the presentation is yet to happen. Every next Corvette generation is a real automotive event that fuels the soul of all the car enthusiasts everywhere. And this a mild understatement.   What is even more special is that this time around Corvette has yet another surprise up its sleeve (from the many), the very fact that it will go rear mid-engined.  Finally. That is precisely what Zora would say.  Now this is something out of this world. By the way GM has just trademarked the Zora name. Just before Detroit.  Talking about Detroit...    GM has many options for the new generation Corvette. One is a surprise reveal of a concept car that may/would mean that the production version is not that far away either (due to the f

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Manta Ray + Industrie Pool Prototype Erlkönige Compilation Nürburgring Nordschleife

M'Ray still testing? Well, it is always good to see it again. The SVJ looks very quick.

GM Trademarks GT Logo

patent It was first seen here . And this time it can not be an Opel. However the Opel GT used to be very closely related to... Are we talking about a Manta Ray GT? Is this the first real teaser of the next Corvette? Between the lines of course.

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Happy Birthday Corvette | 1969 Chevrolet Corvette Manta Ray Concept

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