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The late Zora Arkus-Duntov, the father of the Chevrolet Corvette, had a vision for a mid-engine Corvette. That vision will come to life the evening of July 18, 2019, in Orange County, California, and the world can watch the reveal via livestream from the comfort of their own homes.
The livestream opens at 7:30 p.m. PDT/10:30 p.m. EDT on July 18 and can be accessed through media.chevrolet.com/nextgenCorvette, which also will be sent out on Chevrolet’s social media channels. The stream will include Corvette video footage, a hosted preshow and the reveal presentation. It will be available for viewing across the globe, in all seven continents.
“There is a large contingent of Corvette fans across the world waiting for the reveal of the Next Generation. We’re happy to give these fans, and all sports car enthusiasts, a way to see and learn about the vehicle at the same time as those participating live in California,” said Barry Engle, executive vice president and president, the Americas, GM…

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10 | BREAKING | C8 Finally Leaked?

Probably the only angle you can't see the rear window, the B/C pillar, and of course - BTW pillar -it just a mere coincidence that there is a yellow lamppost or whatever in Bowling Green (on the right edge of the photo) coming handy to cover up any chance of seeing basically anything...(side scoop, door handle you name it) 
No further... :) 
But there is more. Stay tuned!