2014 Chevy C7 Corvette Stingray mimics McLaren P1

You may wonder what the 2014 Chevy C7 Corvette Stingray and the McLaren P1 have in common because they appeal to very different markets? Well, it seems that both companies will allow people to visit their production lines, although how they allow this is very different.

We already reported how the first McLaren P1 production images went social recently, and how those who have one of these awesome machines on order will be able to visit the McLaren Technology Centre to see their vehicle being built.

As for Chevrolet, they have already released 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray production images, and we also have a video below as well. However, how the production visits will differ is that any member of the public will be able to see how the C7 gets built, although there is a cost.

You can now pay to see the 2014 Chevy C7 Corvette Stingray production line
You can now pay to see the 2014 Chevy C7 Corvette Stingray production line

Starting on October 14, you will have to pay $7 to view the production facility, where they can make 17 stingray cars each day, compared to 1 per day for the P1. This shows just how different these vehicles are, but then so does the price.

Looking at the video below it is clear to see the admission fee is well worth it. We would advise you to book in advance, as these tours will book up fast because there will only be three tours each week.

You will notice in the video below that the workers on the production line do not have a uniform. This might come as a shock to some of you, as there is a belief that this sends the wrong message to people. However, GM is about affordability, so it does not matter what the employees are wearing, just as long as they are happy in their working environment.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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