Can the New 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Really Hold Two Golf Bags?
Move over, ZR-1. Step aside, Ford GT. Back up, NSX. You too, R8, 488, Huracán. There is a new mid-engine sheriff in town, one whose name and face are very familiar, even if the proportions—and performance—have changed dramatically.
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A day before the debut of the all-new 2020 Corvette, we got an exclusive sneak peek at Chevrolet’s new mid-engine supercar, and indeed it is stunning. Here is a quick review of the 2020 Corvette highlights. Yep, the engine and passenger compartment have swapped places. The driver’s seat is now roughly 16.5 inches closer to the nose of the vehicle, to make room for the 6.2-liter LT2 pushrod V-8 engine, the most powerful standard Corvette engine in history (when equipped with a performance exhaust) at 495 horsepower. Read all the details, including how it feels going down the road and some technical triumphs the Corvette engineering team had to overcome, in our exclusive coverage.
In this interior video, we walk through some of the highlights of the C8 Corvette’s interior, including the trunk and frunk capacity, “squircle” steering wheel, new digital instrument cluster, and Competition Sport seat. Where is the Z button and what does it do? How can a mid-engine supercar hold two golf bags in the trunk? Check out the video!
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