As for an overview of what makes the latest Corvette so different, we’re here to say that almost everything about it is entirely different.
One of the many lineups that Chevrolet is famous for is their Corvettes. The production for this line of vehicles first started in 1953. Until now, the company still manufactures and updates one of their prized lineups for the satisfaction of the public. Chevrolet Corvette models are also called Stingrays. Each of the units from this lineup is all assembled in different states in the US. This sports car usually comes in coupes and convertible units. So what's there to expect from the latest Chevrolet Corvette 2020?
As for an overview of what makes the latest Corvette so different, we’re here to say that almost everything about it is entirely different. You’ve read that right. Everything about the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette is all-new from top to bottom. Keep reading with Philcarnews.com.
Like most of its predecessors, the newest Corvette also comes in convertible and coupe forms. The convertible variants, however, don't come with a soft and fragile top like most similar vehicles. Instead, it comes with a new folding, hardtop. It also has a sweet-sounding V8 engine that any vehicle enthusiast would love to rev over and over. Asides from that, here are the other variants that Chevrolet wants to release. We also added the prices that came with it.
The newest Corvette also comes in convertible and coupe forms.
First off, the engine of the new Chevrolet Corvette is placed in a new location compared to where it was in older models. Before, it was located at the front of the passenger compartment. But now, it can be found right behind it. The engine, however, is still a 6.2-liter V-8. But this time, this has the capability to produce up to 470 pounds per feet of torque and 490 horsepower. It also comes equipped with summer tires and aggressive brakes. When tested, the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette can go from zero to 100 kilometers in just 2.8 seconds. While when faced at a quarter mile’s distance, it takes it only 11.2 seconds.
When tested, the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette can go from zero to 100 kilometers in just 2.8 seconds.
The new Corvette sticks to the layout left by its predecessors when it comes to the number of seating. It can only accommodate up to two people. The interior has various materials lining it. This includes rear metal, imitation suede, and leather. The roof is a removable type just like those in the previous Corvettes.