First Retail Production 2023 Corvette Z06 Convertible Raises $1 Million for Thurgood Marshall College Fund

First Retail Production 2023 Corvette Z06 Convertible Raises $1 Million for Thurgood Marshall College Fund

GM's Corvette brand is no stranger to the charity auction circuit, with past models raising hundreds of thousands (and even millions) for various causes. But the automaker's latest creation may take the cake: the 2023 Corvette Z06 has been auctioned at this year's Barrett-Jackson auction in support of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund. The GM team wasn't content to slap a new coat of paint on an old car. In addition, styling tweaks have been added that give it more of a racecar vibe.
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Van Chevrolet Partners with Youth Baseball and Softball Program

Van Chevrolet is partnering with Southern Platte County Athletic Association in Kansas City. Van Chevrolet has joined forces with the national Chevrolet Youth Baseball & Softball program to provide new equipment, invitations to free instructional clinics, and an opportunity for community members to earn donations for their league via a test drive fundraiser.

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When Does Chevrolet Plan To Be All Electric?

  When Does Chevrolet Plan To Be All Electric?

Chevy fans who are looking to drive an all-electric vehicle can look forward to new EV models that the automaker will release in the coming years. In January, CEO Mary Barra announced that the company is working hard to become an all-electric automaker by 2035. The gas-powered models currently sold by the manufacturer will gradually be phased out.
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Corvette Racing to Go Global in 2022

Corvette Racing to Go Global in 2022 
Closing the 2021 season, the Corvette Racing program announced ambitious plans for the upcoming season. Tracing its modern history to the late 1990s, this racing division has never competed in endurance-style events worldwide. Taking advantage of upgraded technologies, the next-generation Corvette models will adopt the GTD-Pro and GTE Pro badges. The two American vehicles will be deployed at the iconic 24 Hours of Le Mans in the heart of France.
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About Bridging the Gap in Kansas City

Environment Sustainability  

Bridging the Gap came to fruition in 1992 when a small group of people got together in hopes of creating a recycling program in the area. More than 20 different recycling centers were built, along with a curbside recycling endeavor. As the years have gone on, Bridging the Gap has gained some very generous donors that help keep this mission going. To date, this is one of the most diverse environmental programs in the U.S. The group's goal is to connect the environment with the economy and community in Kansas City, made possible thanks to the 1,500…

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How To Use Chevrolet Remote Start

 

A remote start is just one of Chevrolet's features in many models this year. It's been long included in some of the higher trim levels over the years, but you'll see it in some of the base models this time around as well. This convenience feature helps prepare your vehicle's interior for your arrival. You can preset your temperature controls to what you want it to feel like when you get in. A remote start also warms up your engine, which is optimal for your automobile's overall care and maintenance.

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Find the Perfect Car in 2021

Find the Perfect Car for 2021  

An essential part of selecting a new vehicle is assessing what you need, what a car provides, and what you can spend. The process of buying an automobile can be overwhelming if you've never gone through these steps before. Luckily, the staff at Van Chevrolet is here for you every step of the way. Before you come down to our dealership to check out our inventory, here are some tips that can help you find your perfect vehicle in 2021.

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