Jay Leno to Take a Ride in the C8 Mid-Engine Corvette Live on Facebook this Friday

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Jay Leno to Drive the C8 Mid-Engine Corvette Live on Facebook this Friday


Looks like Jay Leno is getting the first ride in the C8 Mid-Engine Corvette and you’ll be able to watch it live!

Jay’s ride in the 2020 Corvette Stingray will be streamed live on Facebook at 11:45 am on Friday, July 19th. You can follow the action at Jay Leno’s Garage on FB!

The former Tonight Show host has been a long-time friend of the Corvette team and Jay has a number of significant Corvettes in his collection. He famously took Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter for a 200+ ride in the 2019 Corvette ZR1. He also gave one of the best introductions ever for a Corvette charity auction at the 2008 Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction.

We’ll be jetting home to Tampa at the time of this epic ride along so make sure you tune into Jay Leno’s Garage on Friday!

Update – Video added!

Jay Leno got the first look at the highly anticipated mid-engine, next generation Corvette Stingray. Watch this exclusive look and get ready for all new episodes of Jay Leno’s Garage August 28th 10P ET.


Source:
Jay Leno’s Garage / Facebook

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4 COMMENTS

  1. Once you go over 200 mph, and it is documented, you are eligible to get a super bowl like gold ring documenting your achievement.

  2. Yep, I’m glad to see Chevrolet is absolutely committed to marketing the C8 to a younger demographic. 🥴

  3. The greatest Corvette prototype was the Mako Shark 2. The high fender sex machine the led to the c3 coke bottle design. They finally got it right with c6 and c7. Driving a Corvette ,looking out over the flared fenders is worth the money. A good taste driving machine with a stubby and invisible to the driver front hood is not a Mako or a Stingray or a Corvette. It becomes the stuff of Engineering Coffee Talk. Big Deal.

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