Last week was hectic for the mid-engine Chevrolet Corvette, when more spy photos popped up, including a very intriguing one that showed the American supercar was lifeless and was towed by a tow truck with GM technology. Although that is a defect of a prototype, it is normal that this latest espionage video has made one alive.
In a video uploaded by Car Week USA, a Corvette C8 was caught cross determined with a rainy Detroit freeway. While it's not something we've seen before, the 10-second video at the top of this page revealed a lot about the shape of the & # 39; Bold & # 39 ;.
This is the continuation of the video, which shows more of the back of the American supercar.
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It looks like GM has the & # 39; Bold & # 39; has tested day and night, under different road conditions, and that it is more likely to correct the cause of the delay in the arrival of the supercar.
According to previous reports, the Corvette C8 will be Chevy & # 39; s first fully "electrical architecture". In a nutshell, this means that the C8 is loaded with more than 100 computer modules that enable any car with this architecture to communicate with each other. The & # 39; Vette is said to be the torchbearer of that high-tech architecture and the engineers are currently working on errors that plague the new platform.
Another issue of the Corvette C8, according to Hagerty& # 39; s report, is that its aluminum spaceframe continues to deform because of the amount of force that the C8 makes. It is assumed that the Vette with mid-engine would have a powerful variant that could reach a maximum of 1,000 hp. Chevy engineers reportedly cracked the glass on the tailgate of the & # 39; Vette.
The Corvette C8 is expected to be unveiled this summer, but that's when things go according to plan. Deliveries from customers start next year.
Source: AutoweekUSA via YouTube