Love it or hate it, there's no denying that the Chevrolet Corvette can keep up with the best of them both on and off the track.
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Auto shows are a time for carmakers to display their hottest new models, boast about big horsepower numbers, and showcase low-to-the-floor, stylish, swoopy concept cars that have no chance of making it to production.
The Chevrolet Sonic RS (shown above, with the requisite amount of youths performing youth-like activities) will start at $20,995 for a six-speed manual transmission, while the auto will be about two grand more, at $22,280.
Chevrolet has confirmed that the U.S.