The YouTube channel Everyday Driver wants to talk sports cars and golf, as in the game of golf and not the Volkswagon Golf.
Their reasoning is that auto manufacturers always want to tell you if their sports cars can hold a golf bag. We know that the Chevrolet has relied on that pitch extensively with the mid-engine C8 Corvette, even going so far as to display the car with a golf bag in the trunk at various car shows and events.
Going further, one of the presenters asks towards the end of the review if you can think of any other sport that affects the design and engineering of cars? “The list is very short,” he says.
So with that pretext in mind, the gents at Everyday Driver go forth and drive the C8 Corvette and a Lexus LC 500 Convertible and give us a rundown on several categories that include the design and interior, power and performance, and the ride and handling of both cars. It’s a solid review of both sports cars, and the scenery of the roads they are driving is outstanding. But perhaps the best part of this review is that there is actually no golfing involved.
From EveryDayDriver via YouTube:
The guys drive two golf-minded convertibles, the Lexus LC500 and C8 Corvette, to see who blends these worlds the best. Are these cars wasted at the country club?
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