We’ve already seen a couple of 2014 Corvette Stingrays Getting smashed by GM’s test drivers
since the Bowtie-badged halo car was unveiled in Detroit earlier this year, but we really didn’t expect for a customer-owned one to need a nose job so soon.
Chevrolet started shipping the first Corvette Stingrays less than a month ago
, which means that most owners have one in their garage for two or three weeks. Well, the owner of the yellow one shown above didn’t make it very long, as Reddit
user “Inflame”, who posted the photo, points out.
He says he doesn’t know what actually happened, but the picture indicates the vehicle is facing the wrong way after hitting either a vehicle or some kind of protective rail placed on the roadside.
As a reminder, the 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has a starting price of $51,995, while the convertible will arrive from $56,995.