- Incredible value for the dollar
- Street recognition
- 430 horsepower in the base model
- Launch Control system
- Optional leather interior
- Aging interior isn't as nice as it could be
- Still no side curtain airbags
- In-town fuel economy just average
Ridiculously fast and still daily-driver practical, the 2011 Chevrolet Corvette is an everyday supercar.
The Chevrolet Corvette has long been a top performance bargain, but with improvements over the past two years, plus upgrades for 2011, the lineup just keeps getting better.
The 2011 Chevrolet Corvette is a two-door coupe or convertible available in a range of performance trims, including base, Grand Sport, Z06, and ZR1. It competes against the world's best sports cars and supercars, including the Nissan 370Z and GT-R, Porsche Boxster and 911, Dodge Viper, and even Italian exotics—depending on the trim chosen.
The base Corvette coupe and convertible offer sport and style, the Grand Sport kicks it up a notch with track-worthy upgrades, the Z06 is a pure-bred supercar, and the ZR1 goes over the top with speed, power, and raw ability.