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Old 07-31-2017
slugbelch slugbelch is offline
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Default 2019 Mid-Engine Corvette!

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Latest Spy Pics of Mid-Engined 2019 C8 Corvette: Best View Yet of Cabin and Overall Proportions 1 hour 55 minutes ago
The latest images captured of the mid-engined Vette give us our best view yet of the passenger compartment and the homegrown exotic’s overall shape.

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Old 08-01-2017
mgty3whlr mgty3whlr is offline
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Pictures courtesy of TMZ that were sold to Car and Driver. LOL!

It's amazing that the trouble that they go through to hide the body lines.
You Never saw that many years ago when the were running the '76 Nova or the Citation through their paces.

If you look at most if not all SUV's today, They all look pretty much the same body lines and contours except for the make and model badges on them kinda like Pro Stock and T/F Funny car.
Horsepower: How hard you hit the wall
Torque: How far you take the wall with you
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Old 08-01-2017
Twostep Twostep is offline
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They better not put a turbo V6 in that thing..... I know hot V6s are all the rage, Ford's new GT and all that, but a Corvette needs a V8. Ferrari downsized their 488's engine and went with turbos, but it's still a V8 and it still makes all the right music. And there's nothing wrong with the engines Corvettes currently use (I understand the '18 ZR1 has been bumped to 750hp)
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Old 08-01-2017
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Nah. That's the new El Camino!
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