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January 16, 2014 AT 12:04 PM
In the six decades Chevrolet has built the Corvette, only five men have served as its chief engineer. None have overseen a transformation quite like the one current chief Tadge Juechter engineered for that the 2014 Corvette Stingray, mixing the traditional idea of a low-slung, V-8-powered sports car with the newest technology available. In this interview at the New York auto show — using questions solicited from Motoramic readers online — Juechter reveals the drive behind the controversial design changes, the engine that his team passed up and the new bit of NASA technology now baked into every car.