[VIDEO] Walkaround and Highway Driving Scenes of an Accelerate Yellow 2020 Corvette Stingray


[VIDEO] Walkaround and Highway Driving Scenes of a Accelerate Yellow 2020 Corvette Stingray

Our friend Byron Glover Jr. of the YouTube channel Drive 615 was up in Bowling Green, Kentucky on a beautiful Friday afternoon and was able to capture this walkaround video featuring the 2020 Corvette Stingray in Accelerate Yellow.

We noticed right off that the car is featuring the transparent top (RPO CC3) and according to Byron’s walkaround, we see its outfitted with silver open-spoke wheels with Black brake calipers.

Byron notes that the car was parked in the “American Cars” lot first in front of the plant and then it was moved to the circle at the main entrance to the plant.

As this was the first time Byron has seen Accelerate Yellow, we asked for his opinion on the color. He tells us that seeing it driving down the highway made it look much more exotic and that the bright color adds to the car’s supercar status.

From Drive 615 via YouTube:

Finally found the infamous Accelerate Yellow 2020 C8 Corvette. Spent my Friday up in Bowling Green and got some good footage. Full Video will be on the channel tomorrow morning.

While at the Corvette Assembly Plant, Byron was able to shoot multiple 2020 Corvettes as they are parked around the plant and he’ll have that new video up on his YouTube channel on Sunday, so we will definitely be looking forward to seeing that one!

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  1. Anybody else getting tired of article after article of every C8 sighting, anywhere? We have how many years of Corvettes from 1953 to 2019 and yet, seems like so many who will never have a C8 are consumed with anything C8. As I say this, I understand I can view or not the blogger every day. Just wish it wasn’t 1 out of every 3 articles about a car that no one has now and most will never have.

  2. I don’t know who chose the new yellow but they must have been sick the day they looked at the paint samples. Please change it back to a brighter yellow, this one is not good.

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