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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-30-2016, 04:23 PM Thread Starter
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Here’s Everything We Know about a Mid-Engine Corvette

A fresh set of blurry spy photos popped up yesterday, claiming to confirm the existence of a mid-engine Corvette.

The photos were taken from a long distance, but they show off a large opening just behind the rear seats, exactly where the engine would go. You can also see that entire stance of the car is different from the current Corvette, with larger haunches and a lower front end.

Though spy photographers are constantly prowling GM’s Milford proving grounds, this is the first time this prototype has been caught during daylight hours. So GM must be up to something top secret, right?

So what exactly do we know about the supposed new Ford GT-fighter coming from Chevrolet? Well, no details have been confirmed at this point, but plenty of speculation and insider leaks have given us a decent picture of what we can expect from Chevy’s new supercar. If it exists, that is.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-24-2016, 06:30 AM
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It s time for Corvette to become their own brand, Build a world killer,mid engine,allwheel drive, whatever, and keep the traditional Vette. to satisfy the purists, corvette has been struggling with this for a long time, maybe even build a Miata sized and priced model. Can you imagine something to compete with Veyrons,Lambos,Koenigsegg,etc but still have the tried and true pushrod V8 classic we all love. The world is ready Corvette is ready. Also ,i am not a ford fan but...that GT cmon guys go get em'
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