The Chevrolet Corvette story began in 1953. The Corvette
was Chevrolet's first go at fiberglass
bodied cars, a feature which carries on to this day.
The original Corvette was penned by legendary designer
Harley Earl, however it was Bill Mitchell who redesigned
the 1958 model.
The 1958 Corvette was the first year to use the quadruple
headlights, and the 1958 car also featured additional
air vents behind the rear wheels.
Although unrecognisable from its predecessors, the modern
Chevrolet Corvette remains the staple diet of American
sports car fans.