It’s not just a far-off future: Autonomous vehicles are coming, and we have women to thank.
Our spy photographers caught two different versions of the C8 out on the road with no camouflage for the first time.
Not even 24 hours after the reveal of the mid-engined 2020 Chevy Corvette C8, our spy photographers have gotten the first shots of the new Vette driving on real roads completely undisguised. Two different versions of the Corvette were spied: a blue Z51 package car with the targa roof removed, and a gray base model with the roof on. These two C8s give us our first look at some of the C8's new color and trim options as well as a better feel for how it actually looks in real life.
Chevy pulled out all the stops to show the world its new sports car in the soaring environment of a historic blimp hangar in Southern California.
The mid-engined 2020 Corvette is a big deal, so its world debut had to be huge. Chevy did not disappoint. We were lucky enough to be at the reveal in Tustin, California, in a massive blimp hangar along with thousands of other media, Corvette owners, GM employees, and others to see the new C8 generation of the iconic sports car in the flesh. Here is what we saw.
Being mid-engined will improve the Corvette's acceleration, braking, and handling. But it also sends a message to the world.
Chevrolet has yet to announce a mid-engined Corvette convertible, but it previewed one at the end of the C8's reveal.