Engineers and designers left nothing untouched in the 2014 Corvette, the first model of the icon’s seventh generation. From its aluminum frame, 450-hp V8, carbon fiber panels, air management system over, under and through the body, seven-speed manual...well, there’s a lot to cover and the new Corvette Black Book presents 2014 data in the clear, concise, accurate and easy-to-read style that has made it the best-selling Corvette title ever. The book also wraps up sixth-generation 2013 coverage with production quantity stats for models, colors and options. The 2013 was both the last of the sixth-generation, and the Corvette’s 60th year, dual milestones honored with special commemorative models including the Z06-powered 427 Convertible, the fastest rag top in Corvette history. Bowling Green Assembly terminated 2013 model production months earlier than usual to allow time for the substantial rework required prior to 2014 startup. Does 2013’s end-of-an-era status and low volumes equate to 1967 all over again? Time will tell, but in the meantime, the Corvette Black Book summarizes the data for your enjoyment and planning.