Since '93

Whether you’re a current Corvette owner, or simply aspiring to be, you’re in the right place to be part of What’s Next for Corvette.

From C5.R to C7.R, every Corvette Racing win has come with Mobil 1 under the hood.

So What’s Next? It could be you becoming a VIP at the 2020 Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, or taking home one of 495 Corvette Owner’s Kits, or more. The only way to not miss out is to sign up now.

Corvette and Mobil 1 have accomplished a lot together in the past three decades, but only here will you discover What’s Next?

Go VIP at Super Sebring

One current owner of a Corvette or any other GM vehicle will win a VIP trip to the 2020 Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring for them and a friend.

Limited-edition Corvette Owner’s Kits

To help you hit the road less traveled, a Corvette owner-exclusive shirt and driving gloves are all set in a limited-run packable duffle so you’re ready for wherever the LT2 takes you.

Corvette Racing Signed Artist Poster Sets

Open to every Corvette Racing fan, we’re giving away four sets of artist series poster sets signed by the Corvette Racing drivers - along with free downloadable version to everyone.

America's Sportscar

The following innovations in engine technology highlight just some of the varied engine options found in each generation of Corvette:

1953 - 1962

America’s sports car debuts with the venerable Blue Flame I6.

1963 - 1967

The first Big Block delivers big horsepower as Corvette sales take off.

1968 - 1982

The shift to unleaded fuels drives Corvette into a new era of performance and engine technology.

1984 - 1996

An era of superlatives begins as Corvette changes engine technology as we know it, debuting the first reverse-flow cooling LT1.

1997 - 2004

With the innovative use of aluminum, the LS1 V8 engine produces the most horsepower ever found in a Corvette at a stunning 345.

2005 - 2013

Roaring into this generation the 7.0L LS7 in the Z06 is the largest-displacement Corvette small-block engine ever.

2014 - 2019

The most powerful production engine crafted by Corvette, the LT5, pushes the Corvette legacy to its highest point ever.

What's Next?

For the first time in Corvette history, moving forward required re-centering the history books.

Mobil 1™ from day one

Mobil 1 ESP Formula 0W-40 motor oil is the first dexos®-approved motor oil developed specifically for Corvette.

The 2020 Corvette Stingray offers the most advanced Corvette engine ever, and Synergy Supreme+ premium gasoline offers 30% less wear and tear to help protect any engine.*

*Based on comparison of SynergySupreme+ compared to gasoline meeting minimum government standards. Wear reduction was measured by an industry standard lubricant test. Actual benefits are based on continuous use and may vary depending on vehicle type, driving style, and gasoline previously used. Concentration and availability of our proprietary additive package may vary based on factors beyond our control.

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America's sports car

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