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  • New C8 Rendering Found By Jag

    Credit to our Super Sleuth jagamajajaran for finding this. We greatly thank The_Orange_Inferno/VengeanceGraphix for creating it for us to enjoy.

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    Jag, you find lots of things for us to see. Thank you.

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    • #3
      Pretty cool find...thanks

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      • #4
        Unfortunately, the creator of that has left all the obvious fake bits of bodywork in the final render. The double layer on the top surface of the scoop (on the door), for example.
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        • #5
          Agreed. My “concern” with this rendering is that the front hood is way too bulbous.
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          • #6
            Yes, too much padding still left on the render. And, Tadge told us at the Bash that this particular car was built two years ago, which means it isn't the absolute final design even if you could see it without all of the padding.

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            • #7
              Yep, too much camo in the render. The more I look at everything, the more I am convinced that the side scoop part that looks like a wing on the door is almost completely fake. When they reveal the uncamo’d car, I expect that part won’t be there. I think the scoop is much more integrated with the side body panel. The real scoop will, imho, be smoother and less obtrusive.

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              • #8
                This rendering shows the way the lines flow from the front to the rear of the car. Thanks Jag.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Shrike6 View Post
                  Yep, too much camo in the render. The more I look at everything, the more I am convinced that the side scoop part that looks like a wing on the door is almost completely fake. When they reveal the uncamo’d car, I expect that part won’t be there. I think the scoop is much more integrated with the side body panel. The real scoop will, imho, be smoother and less obtrusive.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Shrike6 View Post
                    Yep, too much camo in the render. The more I look at everything, the more I am convinced that the side scoop part that looks like a wing on the door is almost completely fake. When they reveal the uncamo’d car, I expect that part won’t be there. I think the scoop is much more integrated with the side body panel. The real scoop will, imho, be smoother and less obtrusive.
                    That's been my opinion for a while now. It's one of the aspects of the car that I'm most interested to see when the car is revealed.
                    Last edited by ABorC; 05-05-2019, 12:22 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Shrike6 View Post
                      Yep, too much camo in the render. The more I look at everything, the more I am convinced that the side scoop part that looks like a wing on the door is almost completely fake. When they reveal the uncamo’d car, I expect that part won’t be there. I think the scoop is much more integrated with the side body panel. The real scoop will, imho, be smoother and less obtrusive.
                      What if there is no part of the scoop on the door at all?!!! Render that....😎
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                      • #12
                        Interesting question, but that is going to be highly unlikely if nothing else that cooling a ME is more difficult than a FE. The very few ME’s that do not have a scoop use very elaborate “inside/hidden” air tunnels to get that required cooling.

                        As far the Corvette is concerned, I can confirm that there will be a scoop. However, what is its actual final shape, ???
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by John View Post
                          Interesting question, but that is going to be highly unlikely if nothing else that cooling a ME is more difficult than a FE. The very few ME’s that do not have a scoop use very elaborate “inside/hidden” air tunnels to get that required cooling.
                          Some even use massive fans, that I've seen on the back of some ME cars.

                          So where is the radiator in C8 and does it have fans?

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                          • #14
                            We believe that there are a couple of radiators right behind the front grille, about halfway toward the corners of the car, with the cooling and return tubes running back and forth to the motor.
                            Last edited by John; 05-06-2019, 12:26 AM.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by John View Post
                              Interesting question, but that is going to be highly unlikely if nothing else that cooling a ME is more difficult than a FE. The very few ME’s that do not have a scoop use very elaborate “inside/hidden” air tunnels to get that required cooling.

                              As far the Corvette is concerned, I can confirm that there will be a scoop. However, what is its actual final shape, ???
                              I meant what if all the junk on the door is camo? Scoop in the quarter panel, behind the door.
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