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Corvette Today Show: Every Corvette Owner Has Corvette Stories, This Time MECF’s John Elegant Talks With Steve Garrett

If you frequent CORVETTE TODAY, you know I always say that, "Every Corvette owner has a story!” My guest on this show has 60 years worth of Corvette stories! John Elegant (the main man on MidEngineCorvetteForum.com) shares some of his best memories and Corvette stories with us, from the effect of seeing his first Corvette had on him to his first Corvette purchase, to Harlan Charles and Tadge Juechter stories! https://youtu.be/MDjY2BnWXtw ; https://podcasts.adorilabs.com/corve...SlgJdENwCCbyLa This is part # 1 of John’s Corvette stories. Have a Kleenex handy too-his last story will bring tears to your eyes! See what I mean when I say, "Every Corvette owner has a story" on this episode of CORVETTE TODAY
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Welcome HorsePower Obsessed & BlackOut Tinting As Our New MECF Vendor

Led by Justin at HorsePower Obsessed and his many YT videos, bet quite a few of you just became aware his co-ownership of several BlackOut Tinting Shops carrying XPEL, great window tinting and many more servces. WELCOME [email protected]/BlackOut Tinting! Find HPO on their YT channel @ HorsePower Obsesed, BlackOut Tinting @ https://blackoutempire.com/
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Find out your C8’s Order Status by asking!

Information provided to MidEngineCorvetteForum members, and with great thanks to Corvette Ed for answering your inquiry requests in our sticky’d “The C8 Order Inquiry Status Thread” in our “Purchasing Section.”https://www.midenginecorvetteforum.c...inquiry-thread
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2023 Corvette Info Including SR Pricing, SR 2023 Visualizer, 70th Anniversary SR/Z06 Press Release; The C8 Z06 Press Release, Order Guide & Its Visualizer Link

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ME Infotainment Component Capabilities?

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  • ME Infotainment Component Capabilities?

    Transferability to the ME? Here is some of the latest GM infotainment system components introduced on the GMC Acadia that might transfer to the C8. However, a little birdie has suggested that the center stack screen is nicely size-enhanced from the 8” described below for the Acadia.

    Originally posted by Media.GM
    New GMC infotainment system and additional technologies

    As connectivity continues to grow in importance for crossover customers, the 2020 Acadia delivers the latest GMC infotainment system that is more intelligent and more intuitive. It offers users improved voice recognition, a higher resolution touchscreen and a simplified interface that requires fewer steps for some tasks, along with simpler screen layouts inspired by the latest smartphone technology.

    This more user-friendly system, with an 8-inch-diagonal screen, also incorporates several new and enhanced features:
    • Personal profile allows users to tailor the infotainment system to their preferences, including audio, available navigation (requires subscription to compatible Connected Services) and climate settings, and even transfer those preferences to another GM vehicle with a compatible infotainment system. Up to four profiles can be assigned to the system and they can be assigned to the Acadia’s key fobs, automatically resetting the preferences for the incoming driver.
    • All-new Navigation2 interface with “one shot” destination entry feature, improved Route Guidance functionality and personalized settings.
    • Connected Navigation3offers real-time updates, as well as Predictive Navigation and additional information provided by a cloud database. (Feature requires a Connected Navigation trial or subscription and connectivity.)
    • USB-C ports.Two new USB-C charging ports are integrated in the front and rear of the center console.
    https://media.gmc.com/media/us/en/gm...18-acadia.html
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    Gotta like those little birdies

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    • #3
      Connected nav sounds nice. No more waiting a year or more for an already outdated update that costs you $200. Hopefully GM and its Nav supplier will update frequently with very up to date data. But I'll probably pass on the Nav and just use Android Auto with Google Maps anyway.
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      • #4
        I guess this is good...for those that use these features.

        Cool

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