"So my coworker got a new Corvette a few weeks ago," reads the opening of this thread on NASIOC. And the accompanying picture is just perfect.
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I'm not particularly surprised by user ihadmail's post that 'ditches love Corvettes,' mostly because this is a rear-drive car 460 horsepower and 460 lb-ft. of torque. An rear-drive car with that kind of power is going to find itself oddly attracted to undesired offroading. That and I know from experience the 2014 Corvette spins its tires in the cold even with traction control very much on.