We caught this little design quirk while at the East Coast Reveal of the 2020 Corvette Stingray at Kerbeck and now thanks to the help of a tape measure, we have the proof!
If you stand directly behind or in front of the car, you will notice that the passenger side mirror sticks out a bit further than the driver’s side mirror.
That’s due to the drivers seating position as well as the height of the rear fenders. To get a look around those rear haunches, the passenger side mirror has to stick out a bit further. What surprised us was that its a full two-inches longer than the mount that holds the driver’s side mirror.
We know this isn’t exactly Earth-shattering news, but it’s one of those things that once seen, it cannot be unseen. Plus, when you point out this little tidbit to your friends, you’ll feel like a C8 expert!
Photos by Jeremy Welborn
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