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National Corvette Museum opens new exhibit, wants to 'inspire, educate, and entertain' guests

The exhibit is focused on the history of the Corvette's design process and the diverse stories of those who have contributed to the car's design through the years.
Credit: National Corvette Museum
People with the National Corvette Museum cut the ribbon on their new exhibit, Driven By Design Sept. 20, 2022.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The National Corvette Museum recently opened their newest exhibit called "Driven By Design" on Tuesday.

According to a press release, the exhibit is focused on the history of the Corvette's design process and the diverse stories of those who have contributed to the car's design through the years.

Retired GM Design Chief Tom Peters and the staff at the museum have been planning this exhibit for years and it was "designed to inspire, educate, and entertain" guests.

Through interactive elements, artifacts, hands-on objects and more, the exhibit goes through the process of designing a car from the exterior and interior design according to the release.

The exhibit can be found in the museum's Design and Engineering Gallery.

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