Could the reveal date double as its Nurburgring lap time?
Versions with 1,000 and 850 horsepower are also available.
Rumors now figure an August reveal and Job One in December.
We break down each model, from the Stingray to the ZR1.
That's about 9,000 unsold models.
Bob Lutz predicts pricing close to C7, hotter six-figure versions to follow.
Sources say excessive draw necessitates wiring redesign.
It doesn't quite sound how we expected.
The car is getting some great air time.
It sounds like it has an automatic transmission.
Few cars offer as much bang for your buck.
Plus Mazda Miata, Honda Ridgeline, Hyundai Ioniq and Pebble Beach.
This is the successor to the GT-class C7.R.
You don't always need a supercharger.
Here's what the C8 will be like when driven in anger.
The average American drives over 13,000 miles per year, but some cars barely ever get those miles put on them. Here are the least-driven vehicles in America.
A thousand ponies, Chevy reliability, and an OEM warranty defines the phrase 'Brave New World'
The Chevy Corvette line is pretty well rounded at this point, starting with the plain old Stingray up to the beastly, hardcore ZR1, with the Grand Sport and Z06 filling in the gaps. But it looks like yet another Corvette niche could appear, as evidenced by the above spy shots. They show a Corvette Z06, but with a ZR1 wing and more. And by more, we mostly mean "orange."
For the second time this week, we have a new batch of spy photos of the upcoming mid-engine Chevy Corvette. Even better, there's video to go along with the pictures. In the short clip, you can hear the deep burble of the Vette's V8, though we don't yet know which small-block variant the car will get.