If you haven’t heard of Edmunds.com, it is a website full of resources for all types of automotive information–from new and used car values to reviews and entertaining videos.
The company has been around since 1966 and launched their now-famous website in 1997. Edmunds is known for their abundance of automotive information, of course, and also their amazing offices in Los Angeles, California. They recently opened up a new 143,000 square foot facility deemed the “EdQuarters” in Santa Monica, California and continue to be named one of the “best places to work” because of their cheerful and informal workspaces.
They were looking to do “something different” to celebrate their new offices and 50 year anniversary as a company. So why not hang some Corvettes from the ceiling, right?
“We have reinvented ourselves a number of times and this year, 2016, represents the next iteration of that reinvention,” says Avi Steinlauf, Edmunds CEO.
Edmunds decided to showcase a 1966 C2 and 2016 C7 Corvette Stingray to symbolize their changes over the years and celebrate their 50th. Both vehicles were previously tracked before the removal of their motors and fluids for weight reduction. The vehicles were hoisted up to the second floor, the platform was built, and they were bolted right on.
Sounds easy right?… Just kidding.
Now, they can be spotted hanging from the ceiling of the “EdQuarters,” one upside-down, one right side up– and its a pretty amazing sight. Check the display out in the video above.