The car is getting some great air time.
Mid Engine Corvette
It sounds like it has an automatic transmission.
This wrapper is more form-fitting, showing off new angles.
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.
After years of watching the mid-engine Chevy Corvette C8 behind proving ground fencing, we finally get a look at the super 'Vette on public roads. These spy shots show the car out testing along with a Porsche 911 Carrera S and two C7 Corvettes. The one behind the 911 appears to be a Z06, and a ZR1 can be spotted in the background of another photo.
Cadillac president Johan de Nysschen bluntly shot down rumors his brand's powerful twin-turbo V8 is also headed for the Chevy Corvette. Speaking Wednesday at the New York Auto Show, he said: "Just quit the speculation it's headed for Corvette. It's not."
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The Corvette Forum leaks a CAD drawing of the twin-turbo V8 headed for the mid-engined Corvette.
It looks like it still uses a naturally-aspirated engine.
GM's been hiding its plan in plain sight, and we think we've cracked the code.
Seeing the two side by side shows a lot of similarities in the cabin and some major differences.
Reese Counts and Mike Austin host this week.
The latest: Car and Driver says a dual-clutch automatic from Tremec will be the sole gearbox in the rumored mid-engine Chevy Corvette.
We read it on the internet, so it must be true.
We look at the latest spy shots of the highly speculated 2019 mid-engine Chevy Corvette.
And today in mid-engine Corvette news ...
According to Bob Lutz, a mid-engine Corvette was on track for production when he was with the company, but a lack of money caused it to fall through the cracks. Now, he thinks there is a good shot of one actually coming to market. The former GM exec lays it all out in a must-read op ed in Road & Track.