2020 Corvette

2020 chevrolet corvette Model Overview THIS IS NOT A DRILL: Chevy fans, rejoice–the moment some enthusiasts have waited half a century for is finally here … the Corvette is now a mid-engine supercar. For the C8 generation, the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette makes its debut with a mid-engine layout, completely changing its approach. The car is still powered by a naturally aspirated V-8, in this case a 6.2-liter V-8. And even with that “base engine,” Chevrolet says you can expect acceleration to 60 mph in under 3 seconds with 2020 Corvette Stingrays with the Z51 Performance package. That’s quick, but the Corvette has never been about just speed. This two-seat rocket also boasts 12.6 cubic feet of total cargo space in front and back, so not as much as the last-gen model, but still a respectable figure. Just as the automaker did with the C7, the C8 is said to feature a more upscale interior, and, we’ll admit, it’s impressive upon first glance. But that was also true for our long-term C7 Corvette, a car we drove for a year and had a few issues with. Nevertheless, it’s a great time to be a Corvette fan. And with Chevy’s revelation that the 2020 Corvette will carry a starting price of around $60,000, this mid-engine supercar will be more attainable than many may have expected. Interested in the 2020 Chevrolet Corvette? See our comprehensive coverage HERE. Read more reviews and articles about this vehicle