A viewer asked why a Mustang doesn’t sound like a Camaro and that led to a discussion about engine sounds. Many automakers tune engine and exhaust sounds specifically as part of their branding. This is especially true in performance vehicles. Here’s an explanation.
In this review, I talk about the 2021 Silverado with the Z71 off-road package and the Duramax diesel engine. This is a great truck with a price tag that is surprisingly good for the segment. Check it out.
In this video, I do a walkaround and review of the 2021 Chevrolet Silverado in its LTZ Plus package. Very well-done 3/4-ton truck here. Priced nicely too. We’ll go over the truck itself, the window sticker, and some of the ergonomic details of its working end.
For a full interior walkthrough, go here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sktWMUON3sQ
In this walkthrough, we look at the 2021 Silverado in its heavy-duty 2500 configuration. This truck includes the LTZ Plus and Z71 packages. This is honestly one of the most affordably well-equipped HD trucks I’ve seen in a while.
Having both driven the new mid-engined C8 Corvetted, we talk about what it’s like, what we do and don’t enjoy about the car, and how it ties in with the Corvette’s heritage and Chevrolet’s future. This special episode is all about the ‘Vette and our clear love for the car throughout its storied history.
In this review, Aaron looks at the all-new, 8th-generation Corvette in its Z51 package and compares it to his friend’s 1974 Corvette 454. In this C3 vs C8 comparison, we’ll notice a lot of differences and, surprisingly, a lot of similarities. These are the most powerful versions of the Corvette for their respective generations and the commonalities are a testament to the ‘Vette always being Chevrolet’s most cutting-edge car. Check it out.
Here I take a closer look at the new C8 Corvette with its Z51 package and compare it to a 1974 Stingray 454, which happens to be right next to it. This is a great car and it’s interesting to see the changes and similarities between this new C8 Corvette and the third generation (C3) from almost five decades ago.
See the full interior walkthrough of this C8 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usZ7-d8vCNQ