[ACCIDENT] Black 2020 Corvette Stingray Stuck on Snow-Covered Highway


[ACCIDENT] Black 2020 Corvette Stingray Stuck on Snow-Covered Highway

Photo Credit: Corey Vela / Facebook

Nothing worse than putting the company car into a snowbank on a cold winter’s fall day.

We are trying to decide if this 2020 Corvette Stingray is equipped with the Z51 package, which as you know, is outfitted with the Michelin Pilot Sport 4S summer tires and not the all-season Michelin Pilot Sport All-Season 4’s that come standard on all non-Z51 Corvettes. It looks like there is a bit of the wing spoiler showing through the snow that’s piled on the rear deck so most likely you can chalk this one up having the wrong tires for the road conditions.

The Black 2020 Corvette Stingray was apparently in the Detroit area when it was spied on the side of the road. A quick video was posted on Facebook by Corey Vela:

Not being up on the current weather conditions in Detroit, we wonder if this driver just happened to get caught out in the snow or if they were actually doing testing on a day like this. We do remember pics like this of the C8 prototypes driving in the snow so it wouldn’t surprise us. We do know that the test cars will be wearing the all-season Michelin tires once winter officially arrives just in case this isn’t enough of a warning.

Corey Vela / Facebook

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  1. This is the result of an inexperienced driver getting a driver lesson…I hope he learns..

  2. Anyone who would drive a Corvette in that kind of weather doesn’t deserve the right to have one. Get a winter car, fool!

  3. All these people making stupid not funny comment’s. They are not Vette owner’s and never will be or afford one!

  4. I am a C7 ‘Vette owner and I think joe qwozdz’s comments are very funny! (…and I know how to use apostrophes!)

  5. I drove my MR2 in the snow once.

    It gave new meaning to the word understeer.

    Believe it or not, no weight in the front is just as bad as none in the back….

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