Chevrolet Corvette Stingray: Best Cars to Buy Now


The seventh-generation Corvette revives a storied name, but the rest is all future: carved from aluminum, carbon fiber, and silicon chips and rocketed into the stratosphere at speeds estimated to go beyond 180 mph. Beneath the Ferrari-esque skin, the Stingray gets 455 horses from its 6.2-liter V-8, yet sips fuel at up to 30 mpg. And it’s still $33,000 cheaper than a basic Porsche 911. [$51,995 (Corvette coupe)/$56,995 (convertible);]