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Corvette Today Podcast: Corvette News/Headlines

With the reveal of the new mid-engine C8 Z06 next week, this CORVETTE TODAY News & Headlines episode is a “must listen-to” podcast! Your CORVETTE TODAY host, Steve Garrett, teams up again with Keith Cornett from to bring you the hottest headlines in the world of Corvette…including the latest on the C8 Z06 reveal on October 26th! Here are a few of the topics covered in this podcast:

1. The C8 Z06 will make public debut at the Petersen Automotive Museum on October 26
2. GM makes a change to 2022 Corvette ordered with Z51 and the high wing
3. C8 Corvette ranked 2nd on the list of the fastest selling cars in September 2021
4. C8 E-Rays are testing in Colorado and outside the Nurburgring in Germany
5. A 95 year old WWII veteran is moved to the head of the line to get his 2022 Corvette
6. Mazzanti to build a Corvette-powered Italian supercar with 761 horsepower
7. A truckload of C8’s goes up in flames
8. Watch a video of BGA building right-hand drive C8 Corvettes

You’ll know everything we know when you listen to this CORVETTE TODAY podcast!

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VIDEO: Front End Lift System in Action

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  • VIDEO: Front End Lift System in Action

    We captured the 2020 Corvette Stringray engaging its Front End Lift System on Friday at Kerbeck's East Coast Reveal:

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    Last edited by John; 07-26-2019, 10:58 PM.
    Senior Editor and Founder of I drive my dad's 1966 Corvette Sting Ray Convertible and the National Corvette Museum is my personal Graceland.

  • #2
    very cool. Glad they have a lift system. Can't understand why they did it this way.

    Seems slow and not a lot of movement. Better than nothing of course.

    Lifts the entire front end? Why?

    I would have preferred a system like some SUVs that lift the entire car 3 inches (settable by user) or so at under 30mph as a default. and can be turned off for highway/track. easier and better overall IMO. Why do you need the car on the ground if not tracking or on flat roads.

    In the north east with all the speed bumps and pot holes and steep drives, this would be preferable.

    Maybe there will be an aftermarket software fix to set it up to lift the front end like this? ; ) In the northeast, 1000 presets will be used up fast and will have the car looking like a Pogo stick. ; )


    • #3
      Thanks for posting. At the end of the video, the front end appears still jacked up. Big fender gap. Did they forget to deactivate the system, or does it take a long time to settle down?


      • #4
        Great to see (literally) this feature!

        Really would be handy for certain driveways and entrances/exits where I drive on a daily basis.


        • #5
          Great feature and what is greater is that it works in harmony with the GPS with up to 1,000 locations.


          • #6
            I'm really happy with this... it makes driving the car in the city SO much easier. I don't care if it takes a couple of seconds (most cars do) if it means I can get in and out of locations easier. The GPS feature is fantastic too!!
            2020 C8 | Torch Red | Z51 | 3LT | Carbon | Comp Seats
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            2016 BMW M2 | Blue | MT ... sold
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