Business Insider readers already know that we like the Chevy Corvette Stingray. We named it our 2014 Car of the Year, concluding that although it might not be the mythical Corvette of the Mind — that honor goes to the second-generation version of the car from the early 1960s or the third-gen Vette, built from 1968 to 1982 — it was certainly the best Corvette to yet emerge from the storied bluegrass assembly line in Bowling Green, Kentucky. But you should know something. There's actually a better Vette. A much better Vette.