Production Numbers: 17,316
Color Combinations: Monza Red, Mulsanne Blue, Marlboro Maroon, Daytona Yellow, Cortez Silver, Classic White, Donnybrooke Green, Bridgehampton Blue, Laguna Gray, Ontario Orange, Corvette Bronze.
Engine Type: 350 CID / 454 CID, V-8 Overhead valve Cast iron block
Transmission: 4-Speed close-ratio transmission, Turbo Hydra-Matic
Additional Stats: Posi-traction made standard equipment, new egg-grate metal front and fender grills, the 3-Speed transmission was dropped.
Motor Trend Magazine timed the 1970 Chevrolet Corvette at covering the quarter-mile in 14.36 seconds, reaching a speed of 101.69 miles per hour. This compared favorably to its contemporary Porche equivalent. The publication called them the best of American and German engineering respectively, granting the 1970 Corvette a remarkable status. Due to a delay in the start of its manufacturing, the new model had a shorter production lifespan and lower production number than others in its line, but it still delivered an outstanding vehicle.
The new production year introduced tweaked interiors and redesigned setas, offering a new deluxe interior option that combined higher-spec carpeting, wood-grain accents, and leather seat surfaces. The model also made tinted glass a standard in the line.
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