What has the balance of a Corvette?
If you’ve ever seen a catamaran scudding close-hauled against the wind, the first thing you noticed was its basic stability, the built-in balance that springs from its unique doubled-hulled design.
Watch a Corvette in action on a set of twisting curves and you recognize a low-slung solidity and a flat, road-clinging balance that are beautiful to see. A corvette grooves around turns like this because it is designed specifically as a sports car. You can’t get this kind of road security and locked-to-the-pavement traction with any other type of car. It is the one thing- more than electrifying acceleration more than utterly individual lines-that pays off a corvette driver in the deep satisfaction of security, mile after shining mile.