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Corvette Today Podcast Latest Corvette News

Wow....there is so much Corvette news coming out right now.   Keith Cornett from CorvetteBlogger.com joins your host, Steve Garrett to cover it all. https://anchor.fm/steve-garrett/epis...e-2021-e12kai2  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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Designing the Mid-Engine 2020 Corvette: The Inside Story

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  • Designing the Mid-Engine 2020 Corvette: The Inside Story

    Another great article from Automobile Magazine on Designing the Mid-Engine 2020 Corvette: The Inside Story
    Sure hope they put all these great articles in one issue.

    Originally posted by Automobile
    We took the interior cockpit and we moved that forward 16 and a half inches because that gave you the same entry and egress that you have on the front-engine car. The same way people would get in and out of their front-engine Corvettes is the same way you get in and out of this mid-engine Corvette.” It’s not a minor detail, especially considering the relatively small aperture of mid-engine Ferraris.

    The C8 Stingray is 5.4 inches longer than the C7 Stingray, which often felt like a bigger car than it was thanks to its long hood. The C6 and C7 were slightly shorter than contemporary Porsche 911s. But the new mid-engine car’s extra length is a result of the pointed nose, which you can see easily from the plan view. The rest of the car is really much closer in overall length to the front-engine C7, which you can see by studying the overhang past the front wheels.

    The more compact feel of the mid-engine car is striking from behind the wheel. In previous models, the hood stretches out past your vision, more muscle car than sports car. In the C8, the front hood drops off to the point you can see only the flare of the front fenders. At the fenders’ leading edges are Bennion’s favorite detail.

    https://www.automobilemag.com/news/2...79D52E9368C059
    Last edited by John; 08-11-2019, 08:40 AM. Reason: Great find AMC Guy. We thank you for locating another fascinating article. I imported the major paragraphs, with more background and info at link.
    Bill Strobel
    Fayetteville, NC
    1979 Corvette Original Owner

    "Do It Right or Don't Do It At All"

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