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Corvette Today Podcast Latest Corvette News

Wow....there is so much Corvette news coming out right now.   Keith Cornett from joins your host, Steve Garrett to cover it all.  Check out some of the headlines below....
1.  GM Cancels June Allocation – 3000 status orders to be completed
2.  Chevrolet releases details and pricing on 2022 Corvette
3.  Chevrolet will offer a Corvette C8.R Special Edition for 2022
4.  2022 C8 Corvette Visualizer is now live
5.  Right-hand drive C8’s arrive in Japan and revealed at Fuji Speedway
6.  Ordering Opens in Australia and New Zealand
7.  GM still working out details for 2023 Racing Program
8.  Juan Pablo Montoya loves the Indy 500 pace car C8 Corvette!
9.  With C8 details out for 2022, the Z06 will most likely be a 2023 model
10.  Pre-owned Corvette pricing up 34% in the last year
...and there's lots more!  Don't miss this episode of CORVETTE TODAY.
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It Looks Like C8 Corvette Might Be Tunable After All

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  • It Looks Like C8 Corvette Might Be Tunable After All

    While the mid-engine C8 Corvette will have an extremely intricate engine computer encryption system, GM’s intent isn’t to prevent extra power, reports Patrick Rall from Torque News.

    While speaking with Muscle Cars and Trucks at the debut of the Cadillac CT4 and CT5, Reuss explained that the encryption system and supporting security measures of the C8 Corvette aren’t intended to prevent performance upgrades so much as they are to prevent hackers from gaining access to the vehicle.

    The C8 Corvette will use the same “Global B” electrical architecture as many other GM vehicles, including some vehicles that will have the Super Cruise autonomous driving system. While the Corvette won’t be autonomous, GM wants to make sure that this electrical system is as safe and secure as possible, as there could be horrific results should hackers get ahold of the car while in motion.

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    See, and everyone thought it would not be able to be tuned.