GM To Livestream Reveal Of Corvette C7 Sunday At 7PM Eastern
We think it is safe to say that the soon-to-be-revealed 2014 Corvette C7 is the most-anticipated car of the upcoming North American International Auto Show next week in Detroit. Slated to be revealed this Sunday, before the NAIAS really even kicks off, the Corvette C7 will be getting a lion’s share of the attention this year at the show, we guarantee you that.
This event won’t leave Corvette fans out in the cold though; GM will begin livestreaming the official reveal Sunday night at 6:55 pm Eastern (3:55 pm Pacific) via their dedicated website, onethirteen13.com, while the first official photos will be posted to the Corvette Facebook page.
Attendance at the actual event will be limited to invited media types and those Corvette enthusiasts who paid to be there. But the rest of us can watch the unveiling unfold via the livestream, and on Monday we’ll have boots on the ground to get our own pictures, as well as to ask GM’s executives and engineers some important questions.
That is where you, the reader, come in. We need to know what YOU want to know about the Corvette C7. So we’re asking you to give us questions to ask GM while we’re on the show floor. We can’t promise answers to everything, as there are some details GM might not be ready to reveal… but we promise to do our best to pry what answers we can out of the suits and engineers alike.
So shoot those questions our way, and come Monday we’ll have lots of pictures and (hopefully) answers. And make sure you tune in Sunday night for the live reveal!