General Motors is going back to the future with their iconic Corvette. On Sunday, the automaker unveiled the 2014 model, which is completely redesigned, but still manages to pay homage to the '63 Stingray.
The C7 Corvette was shown for the first time Sunday at the Russell Industrial Center in Detroit and GM North America President Mark Reuss gave it an enthusiastic thumbs up, saying, "I love this car. That's why I'm here. Honestly, I joined the company because of this car. This business is supposed to be fun, right? This is fun."