Earlier today at the grand opening of the Chicago Auto Show, General Motors lifted the veil on its latest concept car, the Corvette Stingray that will play the role of ‘SIDESWIPE’ in the second iteration of the Transformer saga, called “Revenge of the Fallen”. Unfortunately for Corvette fans, GM has no intention of building a production version of the concept, which is a pity as with the exception of the ‘Batmobile-ish’ rear-end, we found the Stingray’s design quite sexy. Click through to see live photos of the Vette from the show as well as a video of the concept with GM Design Vice President, ‘soft-talking’ Ed-Welburn.
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