[PIC] Chazcron Updates the 2020 Corvette’s Headlights after the C8 Shows More in NYC

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[PIC] Chazcron Updates the 2020 Corvette's Headlights after the C8 Shows More in NYC


We love this new C8 Corvette render from Chazcron and the MidEngineCorvetteForum.com.

Thanks to Chevy for revealing the 07.18.19 reveal date Thursday evening in New York City with Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter driving the 2020 Corvette prototype through the city with General Motors CEO Mary Barra riding shotgun.

[PIC] Chazcron Updates the 2020 Corvette's Headlights after the C8 Shows More in NYC


The prototype was showing a lot more of the production headlights and Chazcron immediately transferred those production elements to his ongoing series of C8 Corvette renders.

Continuing with the Shadow Gray Metallic exterior, Chazcron shows the new headlights and adds the 07.18.19 windshield banner for good measure.

[PIC] Chazcron Updates the Mid Engine Corvette's Headlights after the C8 Shows More in NYC


Like what you see? Leave us a comment below or head over to the Mid-Engine Corvette Forum and jump into the conversation with the knowledgeable and friendly members there.


Source:
MidEngineCorvetteForum.com

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Like I said . I will believe it when I see it in the showroom. There been mid engine Corvette prototypes several time that never made it to production.

  2. This C8 is going to be absolutely awesome with V8 power AND sound, no wimpy “exotic” buzzing exhaust. As for chassis damage due to engine power, an engine bolted directly to a transaxle produces no longitudinal frame torque, just engine lift, which is easy to remedy. Further, cloud chip update problem is quickly solved. The fact that Bowling Green just announced the hiring of 400 more workers is proof this bad boy is coming. It is also proof the price will be right, since they expect mass production of the C8 ….. All systems go! Can’t wait!

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