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The Chevrolet Corvette C8 Is Getting Fresh Changes But Ready For New Challenges

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It’s taken quite a good amount of speculation for a couple of years to get it right. It is now official that America’s favorite sports car the Chevrolet Corvette will be coming later this year as a mid-engine unit.

Announcing that this car will be launched in July, General Motors also said that its Kentucky plant where this Chevy where production will take place will get an additional shift of 400 employees to build the C8.

This is in speculation of increased demand for this incredible car. Word has it that the first Corvette C8 model will be the base Corvette Stingray carrying an upgraded version the 6.2-liter V8 engine currently found on the car.

However, it is possible that it will be upgraded to give around 500hp. It will also possibly be mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox.

With this announcement, it is projected that the likes of the Z06, ZR1 may also come in quick succession. The Corvette C8 is in very good standing to performing amazingly on the market as it is on the road.

If it wears as many youthful specs as projected, this car will be a game changer in several ways. However, this is a season of well-meaning, well-crafted cozy sports machines, and the final look of the Corvette C8 must competitively look the part.

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