Since debuting the very first Vette model in 1953 at the New York International Auto Show, this Chevrolet legend was fast-tracked into production. Fast forward over 60 years to 2017, to see the same iconic principles still in use from its original model.

Now it takes more than just saying Corvette to really get a handle on this Chevrolet line, consisting of 3 different models. This year marked the joining of Chevy’s 3rd Vette, the Grand Sport. The GS joins its siblings Stingray and the Z06 for this amazing 2017 Corvette showdown.

Stating that one is better than the other is broad and is purely subjective. Each model has their strengths and weaknesses. That’s where we come in. Buckle up and join us on a walkthrough performance study of these three muscle cars. These cars are so hot the Corvette car covers literally burn from the high-octane God-forged frames of the 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Triplets.

Under these Corvette Car Covers, We Find the Stingray

Weighing in under $60k, the Stingray is anything but a newb to the sports car scene. Even stock the Stingray precisely handles corners at phenomenal speeds and dominates the market at its price range. In just 4 seconds, the Stingray can go 0-60MPH and boastfully holds its own as a GT, or Grand Touring sports car, able to stretch far distances with minimal effort with speed. While it does sit low to the ground and can make lunchmeat of winding streets, the Stingray doesn’t like being pushed too hard into these turns as it can cause a notable body roll causing a loss in grippage.

These Corvette Car Covers are Hiding the Grand Sport

When it goes to the get what you pay for statements, the 2017 Chevrolet Grand Sport is offering a solid performance with a freaking great price tag of a little over $66k. From the inside, you may feel like you are sitting in the seat of a Stingray Corvette’s brother and you are. The GS favors the Stingray interior with some cosmetic upgrades for a more comfortable drive. A fierce exterior design brings a lot of intimidation from this powerhouse topping the charts with 460HP hitting 0-60 in 3.6 seconds. This is a beast in of its own and can hold up a good fight on track. Suitable for the road, but made for performance.

Shredding Chevy Car Covers Comes the Corvette Z06

Like a demon from the night, the Z06 totes a heavy 650HP with equal pounds of torque, creating a stunningly powerful monster that weighs in at 3,350 pounds. If that is not enough, the Vette Z06 makes the 0-60 in 2.95 seconds and completes the quarter mile stretch in 10.95 seconds. If you are looking for max performance with top speeds and aggressive power, then you are looking for this top end, Vette. The price tag on this beauty is just over $80k and worth every single penny, nickel, dime, and dollar spent when compared to its performance. You will see deep-rooted diehard Vette owners with the Z06 and this bad boy is not shy when it comes to the tracks either. How fast are you willing to go?

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