[ACCIDENT] Accelerate Yellow 2020 Corvette Is All Smashed Up

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[ACCIDENT] Accelerate Yellow 2020 Corvette Is All Smashed Up


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Photos of a crashed Accelerate Yellow 2020 Corvette Stingray have been making the rounds on the Corvette Forum and social media, so if pics of crashed Corvettes make your stomach turn, you might want to look away.

[ACCIDENT] Accelerate Yellow 2020 Corvette Is All Smashed Up


We have no idea what caused this car to leave the friendly confines of the road it was cruising on, and so the generic “traveling at high speed” is our current guess. But the aftermath certainly isn’t pretty. From a safety perspective though, it looks as though the passenger compartment held up and so we hope the driver survived this nasty crash.

[ACCIDENT] Accelerate Yellow 2020 Corvette Is All Smashed Up

[ACCIDENT] Accelerate Yellow 2020 Corvette Is All Smashed Up


If anyone has the details about this wreck and what caused it, let us know in the comments below.


Source:
Corvette Forum

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15 COMMENTS

  1. Looks like the driver was trying to Turn his C8 into that Corvette SUV everyone down at StarBucks wants and found that to be as dumb an idea as I have always believed that to be! Kind of like making a silk purse in to a souse ear! A very hard way to modify a C8!

  2. My Rule! Hit the armadillo or stop and let him pass! Armadillo are not to teach Corvette Drivers!

  3. Looks like most of that damage was cause by some high speed off-roading stuff. What ever
    the cause, I’m about 99% sure, ..the car didn’t cause the accident. The most unreliable part on any car, is the “nut” that holds the steering wheel.

  4. I would think that GM would want to get their hands on that car to study the effects of an incident like that on the safety features of the car. It would be impossible to recreate the wreck in the lab where they crash test cars on flat concrete. I’m just saying it would be a good opportunity to pull data from the car.

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