[VIDEO] Chazcron’s C8 2020 Mid-Engine Corvette 360-Degree Render


[VIDEO] Chazcron's C8 2020 Mid-Engine Corvette 360-Degree Render

Our friend Chazcron from the MidEngineCorvetteForum.com has been working on a 360-degree render video of the 2020 Corvette for over a month now and he finally completed it this week.

One of the really cool views is how the camera view goes up and over the car and features a top-down look at the C8 Corvette. Although not in the video, Chazcron revised one of a screenshots from the project and you can see he stuffed a V8 powerplant under the rear glass.

Some other nice touches include the carbon fiber front chin spoiler and LED light strips on the front fascia’s corner trim pieces. Might those also double as fog lamps?

[VIDEO] Chazcron's C8 2020 Mid-Engine Corvette Render [VIDEO] Chazcron's C8 2020 Mid-Engine Corvette Render [VIDEO] Chazcron's C8 2020 Mid-Engine Corvette Render

The coupe has the rear engine cover with vents that surround the rear glass. Additional details on this hatch from the patent application says that the design allows 200-250% more cooling that other traditional designs.

Another area that shows promise are the design of the taillights which we may have seen for the first time last week on the C8.R testing at Sebring. These are based on the early leaked CAD images and I’m betting the effect when illuminated will be one of the model’s calling cards.

So what are your thoughts on this latest 360-degree render of the C8 Corvette? See anything you really like? Let us know in the comments below! If you want to get in the middle of the discussion, head over to the MidEngineCorvetteForum.com and see over 400 threads dedicated to the 2020 Corvette!


[VIDEO] Chazcron Takes the 2020 Corvette C8 for a 360° Spin
[PICS] Latest C8 Renders from Chazcron and the Mid Engine Corvette Forum
[PIC] C8 Mid Engine Render By Chazcron is a Work in Progress



  1. Like the taillights, the rear end, front, and side views – still needs relief vents in the hood or fenders so it doesn’t do a backflip at 150 mph!! 🙂

  2. The front & rear ends look fine, the sides not so much — the rear fender haunches look slightly bloated and awkward. What this car really needs is a lane change & rear cross-traffic alert option to offset the limited view out the rear window. Front & rear park assist should be standard across the board, as should a 360 degree top view. Make them delete options for the racing crowd.

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