We've seen eight generations of the Chevrolet Corvette since it was unveiled in January 1953 as 

the "dream car" at the General Motors Motorama at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. 

But it wasn't always the ideal choice for enthusiasts looking for exceptional performance.  

why is this? The answer always comes down to style.  

The C4 Chevrolet Corvette may not be the best when it comes to design and aesthetics 

We've seen classy, ​​graceful, beautiful and compelling cars

but there's more to great cars than looks. Is it comfortable, easy to drive and reliable? 

Chevrolet produced the fourth generation Corvette, the C4 Corvette, from 1984 to 1996 

the C3 Corvette. Today the C4 is vastly underrated, but we believe there is more to this car than people realize. 

All models of the C4 Corvette produced from 1984 to 1996 were RWD and powered by 5.7-liter V8 engines, although powertrain differences between the various models were minor.  

The range of engines includes his 205 hp "Crossfire Injection" V8 on the 1984 model year 

a 250 hp L98 V8, a 300 hp LT1, a 330 hp LT4 and, as a trump card, his ZR-1's 405 hp V8 was included.