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Cool Video of Skeleton Naked C8 Driving Around with No Body Panels (Sigala)

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  • Cool Video of Skeleton Naked C8 Driving Around with No Body Panels (Sigala)

    Search didn't show this posted so figured i would share. Really cool to see the car in motion and exposed with no body panels.
    Sigala development car and crew going for a fun drive around Mexico before the C8 is committed to the shop.



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  • #2
    Thank you.

    A little birdie told me that that was actually an early concept drawing for the C8, but is coefficient of drag was so great (over 1.0) it was rejected. They could not get it to do a quarter mile in under 14 seconds.
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    • #3
      That's a surefire way to eliminate the flying frunk issue, lol! Pretty cool to see it like that.

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      • #4
        That light color interior won't stay looking good for long like that!

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        • #5
          Fascinating to see this, I said from the beginning that it's a shame that all the wonderful technology is hidden under body panels, at least you can see some of the engineering that went into this car. No wonder the car runs so cool, those front radiators are gigantic.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ugolino View Post
            Fascinating to see this, I said from the beginning that it's a shame that all the wonderful technology is hidden under body panels, at least you can see some of the engineering that went into this car. No wonder the car runs so cool, those front radiators are gigantic.
            Certainly a lot of technology and hard work went into the developing of the C8 for sure! Hmmmmm I do like the look of those wheels too... I wonder who make them?
            Marc

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            • #7
              That is really cool! I love cutaways and that kind of thing.
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