In 2014, the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray will make a triumphant return as a paragon of American performance vehicles. The design of this vehicle has a storied past, but even enthusiasts might be surprised at some of the twists within the narrative.
The GM North American Heritage Collection is made up of approximately 600 cars and trucks. Concept cars and special-interest styling/performance one-offs are part of the mix, along with significant race cars and milestone production vehicles. The GM Heritage Collection is ever-changing. New vehicles are constantly being obtained to fully represent GM's product story of the past 100+ years.
The GM Heritage Center is home to hundreds of the world's most significant cars and trucks. It also houses a massive collection of archived documents, artifacts and assorted automobilia. From original brochures, manuals and build sheets, to rare examples of badging and signage, this unique and growing repository reflects the historical accomplishments upon which GM is building its future.
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The General Motors Heritage Center is busy almost every day of the year with tours, events, meetings, media announcements and product reveals. One of the groups that appreciate their Heritage Center experience the most are the car clubs and enthusiast groups.
Here are a sampling of these groups and their events.
This video collection is part of General Motors’ Global Media Archive, which houses thousands of motion picture films and video masters from around the world.
These one-of-a-kind visual works chronicle the people of GM and their contributions, and document the products, workforce, fashion, culture and events of the day.
The following videos are a brief snapshot of the archive.
One of the true purposes of the General Motors Heritage Center is to share the history and accomplishments of GM and inspire ideas for the future.
Access to the Heritage Center is limited to GM internal groups and external organizations seeking a unique and exclusive venue that was designed to create an ideal setting for a variety of events.
Information about reserving the venue for a special event, meeting, or group tour can be found here.