I don’t feel like the C7 Corvette has been here that long. It launched as a 2014 model year machine, and it’s proven to be quite a competent sports car. I’d say that most folks are fairly split on the styling, but the general consensus is that it’s a strong step forward over the C6. Especially on the inside. But now the C8 is nearly upon us. And it looks like we’re finally going to have a true mid-engine Corvette.
Here’s the 411 on the Next Generation #Corvette. There's only one way to keep up with it: https://t.co/d5nlLQjYgU pic.twitter.com/Jf5l0ixiof
— Chevrolet (@chevrolet) April 11, 2019
Don’t be one of those “Internet Experts” who replies that it’s always been mid engined. Front-mid mounted engines are bullshit. A true mid-engined vehicle has its power-producing parts behind the driver. Regardless, whatever the new Corvette is packing and where it’s being packed, will be revealed on 7/18/19. So stay tuned.
Rumor has it: The C8 Corvette may be available with 1,000 horsepower
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