[VIDEO] Speed Phenom Shares Design Secrets of the Upcoming C8 Corvette ZORA

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[VIDEO] Speed Phenom Shares Design Secrets of the Upcoming C8 Corvette ZORA


With no official information out about the future line up of the C8 Corvette, everything we know about the supposedly top-dog C8 ZORA is based on leaks, speculation, and the historical precedent of the Corvette’s features from the previous generation.

YouTuber Speed Phenom takes a look at his C8 Corvette Stingray as well as the current line-up of hypercars being produced by other manufacturers, and he goes through a list of items that he sees making it onto the namesake model named after Corvette’s first chief engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov.

From Speed Phenom via YouTube:

Here’s how Chevy is going to build their first ever Corvette Hypercar… Did Chevrolet copy the hybrid Ferrari SF90 and Acura NSX design?


Source:
Speed Phenom / YouTube

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8 COMMENTS

  1. There will be a ZORA vette. But it will be at the expense of the other vette models and will cost so much that 99% percent of the people that want one can’t afford it unless you are a rag head and live in one of those sandbox, middle eastern countries. This will all be thanks to the idiot CEO that half ass tries to be a leader of a car manufacturer that can’t deliver the most sought after vehicle in the world. What a joke she is.

  2. Great video. Thoughtful description. I’d guess using the center beam for batteries and the trunk for active downforce components. Thank you!

  3. One guy commenting on middle east stereotypes does not make a lot of racist on this blog. I could say after reading your comment. ” Sure are a bunch of snowflakes on the blog” . 😜

  4. That’s the first “racist” comment I’ve seen in comments here in the couple of years I’ve been reading, so I’m not sure how “a lot” is justified.
    To be honest, it’s not just Arab oil prince’s buying cars over there, it’s expatriots from other countries that get loans for super cars, then skip out on them because defaulting on a loan under sharia law is a criminal act. That’s why they’re left covered in dust in the middle of nowhere in Dubai.

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