More details about the all-new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray have been revealed in a recent Wide Open Throttle (WOT) video. On the Motor Trend (MT) YouTube channel, General Motors North America President, Mark Reuss, was interviewed by a group of MT staff members and HOT ROD Editor-in-chief Dave Freiburger about the C7 and the recently announced 2014 Camaro Z/28. The above video is certainly worth a watch if you’re a die-hard Chevy fan, it goes in depth about the following tidbits: Paddle shifting in a C7 vs. a standard manual transmission Impressive fuel economy for a Corvette The price-point for a Corvette, and how the price determines the features that are included The demand for a Corvette that can be reliably driven, daily The reason behind not having AWD in a Corvette The demand to have lots of quality inspection before the Corvette is released What it takes to make a Camaros a proper Z/28 Why the all-new Z/28 is not a ZL1 and vise versa What makes the Z/28 stand out from the competition Whether the Cadillac ATS’s Alpha platform can squeeze a V-8 between the fenders The future naming of Cadillac models In-depth opinions of the Cadillac logo What will be in store for the Cadillac portfolio moving forward We strongly suggest giving this video a watch. Not every question is answered, but what would you expext? ..a potential C7-based ZR1 to be revealed on YouTube? Reuss did give a great behind the scenes perspective of the Chevrolet mind sight, and more importantly the GM future with Cadillac. Take a half hour and check it out, it’s sure to entertain. By Nikolas Kolenich Enjoyed this Post? Subscribe to our RSS Feed, or use your favorite social media to recommend us to friends and colleagues!