We are in the fun stages of the C8’s development with nearly naked prototypes on the track at the Nurburgring while spy photographers try to get the next big shot. It’s also the time that designers take the basic designs from the spy photos and make them their own. The auto magazines all commission designs for their covers, and many independent designers look to get noticed by offering their takes on the latest Corvette.
The Arctic White rendering looks to have adopted the Nurburgring Corvette designs with the artists refining the front fascia. The render uncharacteristically offers body-color aerodynamics in the form of the white front chin and rear wing spoiler and perhaps that lends to its appeal as a clean looking design.
There are a couple things in play that don’t work like the Stingray badging or where owners in 30 states will affix their front license plates. But all in all, we find the proportions to be very pleasing with several design cues from the C7 that helps to lend some familiarity to the car.
So what are your thoughts on this latest C8 Corvette rendering? Do you think the mid-engine Corvette will look like this? Let us know in the comments below or head over to the MidEngineCorvetteForum.com where there is an ongoing discussion about this design.
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