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Here's The Mid-Engine 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Storming The Nürburgring

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

Are you sick of the mid-engine Corvette yet? Trick question, of course you aren’t. You desperately want to see it for real, desire to have it in your hermetically sealed garage, dream of hearing its American V8 howl behind your head for you and you alone. That day is not today! But until it is, enjoy more spy shots.

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As you know, some prototypes for the mid-engine reinvention of America’s sports car have been tooling around the Nürburgring the past few days for testing. And in doing so they’ve shed the bulky disguises to give us the best look at the car to date.

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We still aren’t aware of any technical details or pricing for this thing yet, though a 6.2-liter V8, a 4.2-liter twin-turbo V8 and a hybrid option are rumored to be some of the items on the menu for buyers. And the front and rear definitely draw inspiration from the current, top-tier Corvette and even Camaro models.

Enjoy the pics. And if you do happen to know anything about this model, feel free to securely drop us a line.

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I don’t think the majority of enthusiasts realize how important this car is. This is a DD-able supercar with the weight of GM’s infrastructure behind it. I am buying one, for certain. There will be plenty not to like and a lot of the croc-wearing, Hawaiian shirt donning traditionalists will be keeping their C7s, but this thing is going to revolutionize supercardom. The aftermarket will eventually be huge and you will be able to build your own 1500hp, possibly rebodied, underground-racing-huracan-beating-monster for less than half the cost and will still be able to drive it to 200k miles. Try that with a Mclaren. I see this as a state change in the industry.