The all-new 2014 Stingray was built from the ground up for ultimate performance driving. But what can it do to those people lucky enough to take it for a spin? Chevrolet decided to find out by creating the world’s first reverse test drive, where the Stingray put a professional driver and five unique people to the test. By measuring brain waves, heart rate, breathing and a variety of other biometrics of the drivers as they rounded the track, Chevrolet captured the physical and mental changes that come from driving a Stingray.
And with the Stingray Biometric Test Drive, Chevrolet also created an interactive video challenge experience that gives users the opportunity to put their own speed and reflexes to the test in a virtual ride along. As the video progresses, there are points at which players are tasked with operating features of the Stingray with their mouse and keyboard, including the precision-tuned 7-speed transmission, Driver Mode selector, aerodynamics and electronic limited-slip differential.
Want to see how you stack up? Click here to put yourself into the experience.