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Lexus Performance Driving School

2018 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport (Standing Mile Top Speed Test)

Porsche Formula E: Behind the Scenes – Twitter

Porsche Formula E: Behind the Scenes – Lost in Translation

All-Electric Jaguar I-PACE | 'Unwrapped' with Amanda Stretton

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2020 Corvette: Magnetic Ride Control | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: eLSD | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Electronic Shifter | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Driver Mode Selector and My Mode | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Color and Trim | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Three Seat Options | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: What Is Z-Mode? | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Removable Roof Panel | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: What Is PDR? | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Key Fob Capabilities| Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Hidden Door and Hatch Releases | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Front Lift | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Dual-Clutch Transmission | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Track Testing | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Mid-Engine Transformation | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: History | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Engine and Dry-Sump Oil | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Dual-Clutch Transmission – Deep Dive | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Driver-Centric Cockpit | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Dual Trunk | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Z51 Performance Package | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Aero, Cooling and Downforce | Chevrolet

2020 Corvette: Stands Alone | Chevrolet

The Corvette C8 Stingray | EVERYTHING HAS LED TO THIS

This is it.

TUSTIN, Calif. — The 2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is the culmination of 60 years of mid-engine experimentation. While the eighth generation Corvette marks a radical leap forward in terms of capability from the seventh generation, it also incorporates lessons learned from past engineering exercises such as the Chevrolet Experimental Research Vehicles (CERVs) I-III, the Aerovette and others.

Zora Arkus-Duntov, considered the father of Corvette, first encountered early mid-engine vehicles in his youth, including the Auto Union Types C and D Grand Prix racing vehicles.

Duntov had a wealth of propulsion knowledge and thrived as an auto racer and engineering consultant in automotive and aeronautics. He was attracted to GM by the original Corvette concept, which he saw at the 1953 Motorama in New York City’s Waldorf Astoria.

Duntov started at GM on May 1, 1953, and helped Chevrolet chief engineer Ed Cole turn his proposed Small Block V-8 into a viable technology for Corvette l…