13 Jan
Carbon fiber-laced Vette aimed straight for the track

The Z06 was born in 1963 as an option package on the iconic “split-window” Corvette, and was then resuscitated in 2001 for the C5 generation Vette. Developed by Corvette’s engineer and racing advocate Zora Arkus-Duntov, the idea of the original Z06  was for GM to offer a modified Vette package out of the factory for […]


22 Nov
GM revives the Stingray moniker, but has the C7 earned it?

It’s like a stepping into a time machine. Marty McFly skipping through the decades, the vehicle of choice not a DeLorean DMC-12 but rather a Corvette — one gleaming white specimen morphing from generation to generation. The concept is genius, and frankly astounding that no other automaker has offered it before: the opportunity to test […]


15 Oct
Turn your American supercar into a wagon

Santa Ana, CA-based Corvette modifiers Callaway Cars have designed an AeroWagon shooting brake version of GM’s technical wonder Corvette Stingray. The seventh-gen C7 gets a booty extension to make it more practical — and a waaaaay cheaper alternative to Ferrari’s FF (altho the FF is AWD). The concept was designed by Paul Deutschman, Callaway’s long-time […]


22 Aug
Highly anticipated (camouflaged) track car laps Rolex races

While the ultra lux Pebble Beach Concours D’Elegance may be this past weekend’s most renowned event, the entire week is stuffed with games and distractions for the stupendously wealthy. That includes the Gooding Auctions on Sunday, the Quail Gathering on Friday and perhaps the most entertaining of them all the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion at the […]


14 Jan
GM's halo sports car enters its 7th generation with style

One of the best values in the global sports car pantheon, Chevrolet’s Corvette has long stood at the apex of American performance. And while the statline of the Vette has always remained top tier, the car’s styling has left a lot to be desired since its long-nosed C3 bodystyle from the 1970s. Well now GM […]


3 Feb
The classic re-designed & re-imagined as a modern concept car

This 1962 Chevrolet Corvette C1-RS rebuild is the brainchild of Jeremy Gerber, co-owner of the Roadster Shop, and customer Barry Blomquist. The idea for the car was to build a modern concept car version of the landmark 1962 Corvette, with artist Eric Brockmeyer brought in to help with renderings and lend ideas for the actual […]


27 Dec
From the 101 hp FIAT 500 to the 1,104 hp Zenvo ST1, from one-off customs to supercar treasures, the year's best stories on wheels

We bring you the fifth & final edition of our Best Of 2011 retrospective series (after ART, BOOKS, STYLE & MUSIC) — the LIAS Year In Motion. Clearly one of our favorite topics here at Lost In a Supermarket, this Top 10 list covers all our world of transportation and things that go vroooom! Again, […]


28 Oct
Tubular space frame + modified Corvette V8 engine

What happens when you take a 2-seater mid-engine sports car built around a German tubular space frame and stuff it with a 7-litre American engine plucked straight from the heart of a Corvette? Why CCG’s CustomGT Super Sports Car of course. This 14.3 foot long (4.356 m) land yacht is actually shockingly light on its […]