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Car and Driver Logo By Connor Hoffman of Car and Driver | Slide 3 of 11: The Corvette Stingray and the wider, semi-Z06-ified Grand Sport share Chevy’s small-block V-8, the LT1, with the Camaro SS. Sure, the Camaro costs less, but you can’t see anything out of it, and if you can sacrifice its (admittedly useless) rear seats and spend a little more money on the two-seat Corvette, you can have its glorious pushrod V-8 along with even more grip and athleticism. Plus, all Corvettes come with a removable roof of some kind - besides the convertible, the hardtops feature a removable targa roof panel - which grants better access to the sounds of that roaring small block.

Chevrolet Corvette Stingray / Grand Sport (6.2-liter V-8)

The Corvette Stingray and the wider, semi-Z06-ified Grand Sport share Chevy’s small-block V-8, the LT1, with the Camaro SS. Sure, the Camaro costs less, but you can’t see anything out of it, and if you can sacrifice its (admittedly useless) rear seats and spend a little more money on the two-seat Corvette, you can have its glorious pushrod V-8 along with even more grip and athleticism. Plus, all Corvettes come with a removable roof of some kind—besides the convertible, the hardtops feature a removable targa roof panel—which grants better access to the sounds of that roaring small block. 

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