2012 Chevrolet Corvette Centennial Edition Unveiled
Chevrolet celebrates 100 years of existence in 2011 and to celebrate their heritage competition presented the Chevrolet Corvette Centennial Edition 2012 which is enhanced by painting in black, unique design elements and technology and sports performance that has distinguished this model .
The special equipment will be available in all versions of the Corvette, including Grand Sport, Z06 and ZR1 that will begin shipping in the summer.
High performance racing and are part of the lineage of the mark, a tradition that has remained intact Corvette, so this edition not only celebrates 100 years of Chevrolet car but shows a new generation of fans.
The Corvette Centennial Edition has a modern look, aggressive and even a little sinister. Tone was chosen Carbon Flash Metallic paint with gloss black color graphics, unique aluminum wheels ultra light with red, of 18 and 19 inches for the coupe , convertible and Grand Sport or 19 and 20 inches for the Z06 and ZR1 .
This special edition contains sheets that highlight the history of Chevrolet as the logo with the image of Louis Chevrolet in the B-pillar, the center of the wheels and the steering wheel hub and a centennial logo on the seatbacks.
The real fans do not miss this detail: a plate with the iconic crossed flags including the ‘100 ‘instead of the fleur de lis symbol.
The interior maintains the aggressive sports-themed black and highlighting the skin material and the instrument panel and doors and red stitching on the steering wheel, shift knob, console and seats, creating a good contrast.
It also includes a fully equipped, and depending on the version might come with satellite radio, navigation system, Bose sound system with USB, Bluetooth, heated and electronically adjustable seats, Head Up Display and adjustable steering wheel.
Chevrolet Z06 will sell a version of the Barrett-Jackson auction and the proceeds handed to the Austin Hatcher Foundation who specializes in helping children with cancer. The auction model will be the number 100 which will leave the assembly line to be identified by the board ‘00100 ‘.