Every time a new Corvette is released, there are engineering and design elements that cause controversy among Corvette faithful.
Sometimes there is a huge change that sends people off the deep end (no manual in the C8, new taillight shape for the C7, no pop-up headlights on the C6), and other times the features/changes that lead to heated internet debates are pretty inconsequential/negligible/minor like the black plastic front spats on the C7 Z06.
The most recent example of the latter can be found on the rear deck of the new Eighth Generation Corvette. In the space behind the engine-viewing window on the mid-engine ‘Vette is an updated Stingray badge that has become a minor point of contention between prospective buyers of Chevrolet’s new sports car.
One camp is hell-bent on removing the Stingray Badge from the back of their 2020 Corvette, with many going as far as saying they will remove the badge before even leaving the dealership. On the other side, you have people who believe that the new Stingray logo looks good and is cleverly placed on the elongated area above the trunk.
As part of this discussion, we know some buyers who are planning on removing the front badges after seeing the C8 Corvette prototypes without emblems and deciding that the debadged exterior looks pretty cool.
What side do you fall on? Take our poll below and let us know where you stand on debadging the 2020 Corvette Stingray!
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