One thing we do know without a doubt when it comes to the C8 Corvette is that this realistic rendering of a Blue C8 Corvette will “come to life” for real once the 2020 Corvettes start shipping to dealers.
Chazcron has been busy creating new renders after those Kerbeck Corvette are always comparing the new with the old and every year we wait for the first models to ship so we can see their comparisons between new shades of paint or other options. We know the C8 Corvette will offer plenty of opportunities for the World’s Largest Corvette Dealer to show it off properly.
FYI, Kerbeck is taking deposits for the C8 Corvette so get on the list if you haven’t already!
Chazcron states that “My hood interpretation won’t please everyone, and, for that matter, neither will Chevy’s.” We keep hearing about the frunk hood has some sort of design element that some have described as “love it or hate it”. We’ll just have to wait and see…
In addition to the two Blue C8 Corvette renders, Chazcron has rendered a number of Silver C8 Corvettes this week and we are sharing those below.
Here’s more from Chazcron in his own words:
This view, sorta higher than most, made me rethink my nose shortening. I rotoscoped it and sure enough, it is pretty long. I moved it forward about 6 inches. I even stretched the back a little. However, those nice undulations on the top of the hind end, freed from the spoiler and beautifully sculpted, they cannot be addressed on my model in its current state without destroying everything attached to it. I also noticed the top of my windshield is too flat, another thing I cannot easily address. I did use this view to sweep back the side mirrors. I also include both renders with and without spoiler. How can one not find this incredibly sexy?
Thanks again to Chazcron for continuing to share his interpretation of the next-generation Corvette! Got any comments? Do you like the renders without the rear wing spoiler? Let us know in the comments below or head over to the MidEngineCorvetteForum.com and jump into the conversation with like-minded enthusiasts.
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