In case you didn’t know… at the 2013 NAIAS Detroit, Michelin announced that, for the first time, MICHELIN tires are the exclusive original equipment tire on the complete line-up of 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray models.
All 2014 Corvette Stingrays will come equipped with the MICHELIN Pilot Super Sport ZP tire, an ultra-high performance tire that was co-developed by Michelin and Corvette through a relationship that began on the racetracks of the American Le Mans Series. Being selected as the fitment on the 2014 Corvette Stingray marks a significant achievement for Michelin after the tire giant also gained tire fitments for the 2009 Corvette ZR1 and 2011 Corvette Z06.
See HERE for more technical specs and size info of the Corvette Stingray’s factory tires.
Go look at your car again.2002-09-05 10:17:20 by Boxter_A_Porche
It's "Boxster." It's parked next to your Ferari and your Lambergini. You're quite the expert, eh??
Speed doesn't make it a Porsche. Who designed it and what it was originally intended for has a lot of say in what it is. Look up the history of the 914 or the 924. As to the Boxster that you fantasize about owning, it's a Porsche. However, the original poster was discussing an "old Porsche" that he bought to fix up. I doubt that he's discussing a Spyder or a 917, or even a 911 so I assume it's either a 356, a 912, or a 914. Anything to add, or would you prefer to keep making "Brmmm brmmm" noises while you pretend to drive your "Boxter"??
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