Across the ‘95 Corvette range, Chevy made some minor exterior tweaks. There were slightly different “gills” behind front wheels, and a new windshield wiper design that was more stable at high speeds. For convertibles, Velcro strapping and water channels in the A-pillars improved draining and made the convertibles more livable. There were few, if any, major engine tweaks for 1995, namely a quieter cooling fan system for a more refined ride. The automatic transmission was revised with new mapping to improve shift quality. A new torque converter was both lighter and stronger. The instrument panel also now featured a readout for the transmission fluid temperature. The previously optional brake upgrade was now made standard. It featured larger brakes, and improved anti-lock and traction control systems. To improve ride quality, Chevy outfitted coupes and convertibles with new low-rate springs and revised shock absorbers. There was also a spare tire delete if you ordered the run-flat tires and tire pressure warning system.
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