29 Here's Your Best Look Yet at the Mid-Engine Corvette

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This mid-engine Vette was spied testing at a facility near the Nurburgring. It shows us unseen details of the cars shape and design.

The car has a low pointy nose, a throwback to the C3 Corvette, and a shoulder line that rises to the rear. The front bumper air intakes look similar to those on the current Corvette ZR1. The shape of the lights share a lot with the current Corvette even if they are just placeholders.

There have been talks of the new Corvette using a range of active aero elements also heavily focusing on lightweight materials. The engine range will include a few options, starting with an upgraded version of the 6.2-liter LT1 V8 that is said to produce around 500hp.

Many unconfirmed rumors also talk about Chevy adding a new flat-plane crank V8 that’s going to be offered in both naturally aspirated and twin-turbo guises.

Bunch of pictures here.

3w ago by tyler
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saxy  3w ago

So that means if you still want to buy a V8 NA mid engined Car, you need to buy a corvette. I wonder what will the base price be.


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Vasile  3w ago

It's imposible to enter in the ferrari and mclaren and lamborgini class with mid engine car, to be the same level. This is the end for corvette, is a big mistake to make this mid engine car


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Vasile  3w ago

It's not a corvette. Sorry.


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BR2+  3w ago

Crap


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hossiehost  3w ago

It'll have a 4.2TT V8 producing 550 hp


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FastestLaps  3w ago

Mid-mounted flatplane. Should it be called "Ferrarette" or "Corverri"?