Under the hood, or rather behind the front seats, there are many possibilities. Sources estimate that at launch, the C8 will be powered by an updated version of the current LT1 V8, which will generate approximately 500 horsepower. Later, however, the C8 can be offered with a double V8 turbo V8 with up to 550 hp. This is the same engine found in the new Cadillac CT6 V-Sport. In addition to the line, a 5.5-liter naturally aspirated V8 engine can be obtained with a 600-horsepower engine. There is also a version of the dual turbocharger for this engine, which increases production to 800 hp. If that is not good enough for you, one day you can combine it with an electric motor installed in the front to produce approximately 1000 hp. Sure things will come, but right now, let us know what you think about these latest and most accurate designs.
As General Motors denies, the truth is that a medium-sized Corvette is coming. Many spy shooting games and internal information prove it. But we know GM wants to stay calm as long as possible, at least until it is ready for full disclosure. This could happen as early as this fall or in Detroit in January. At this moment, we have something that will make everyone talk. The best appearance so far in the final production design of the C8 Corvette. The image that was presented based on the espionage shots was created, showing specifically the C8R race car coming out of the race on the track.
The 2020 Corvette C8 is both aggressive and familiar. The front is very corvette nest. Even the hood, which is now much shorter than before, has some Corvette design exercises. As the headlights are familiarly reliable, the overall design, since the change from the front engine to the average engine, is really evolutionary and not revolutionary compared to the current C7.