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Here’s a Ton of New Photos of the Mid-Engine Corvette

All photos used with permission
All photos used with permission
Photo: Stefan Baldauf

What’s this? Even more photos of the mid-engine 2020 Chevrolet Corvette hanging around the Nürburgring? It’s truly a Labor Day miracle.

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Without a doubt these are the very best and closest photos anyone’s seen of the Vette’s mid-engine reinvention to date. Several prototype cars are in Germany this week for testing, and our intrepid shooter got extremely up close and personal with some of them.

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Without further ado, the pics:

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General Purpose

I have a terrible feeling that this is going to do horribly in the market.

When GM has attempted to do aspirational cars they fail in the worst way. See Allante, XLR, ELR. Attempting this with Corvette is a bold gamble because they’ve always only had one basic platform and it’s always been relatively popular- among the upper-middle class which had working class sympathies. They’re being squeezed as it is.

The “elites” already look down on Corvettes, as well as American cars in general. Aiming a Corvette squarely at the Ferrari/Lamborghini crowd, I just don’t see it working.