Do Stingrays in the wild have one of those cool names for when they become a group? A gaggle? A committee? How about a school? Actually, it turns out that stingrays do have a unique group name and it’s pretty awesome.
A group of Stingrays is called a Fever. To use it in a sentence, this next youtube video you’re about to see contains a fever of Stingrays that were spotted testing somewhere out west, perhaps in Colorado.
The YouTuber who captured this group of 2020 Corvette Stingrays correctly identifies the drivers as “data loggers and testers” who are helping to validate the cars. You can see some sort of additional equipment mounted to the roof of each of the cars.
The Corvettes look to be mostly Z51s with two base models in Black and Shadow Gray thrown in for good measure. The base models do not have a rear spoiler so they are pretty easy to differentiate from the Z51 models so far.
From Weathers Cruz on Youtube:
Stopping by the store after work to find a group of data loggers and testers driving the new mid-engine Corvettes.
Earlier this week, our friend Matthew Beaver from Whitmoyer Chevrolet had sent us a photo showing a bunch of the C8 Corvettes on a transporter and it appears these are the same based on the license plates we see.
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