It’s the most radical redesign in the Corvette’s history, and the pictures are out.
Chevrolet showed off the first mid-engine Corvette at an event in California last night. The change is intended to take the all-American sports car to the next level of performance so it can compete with the world’s best on equal footing.
The Corvette has had its engine up front through seven generations, ever since the first one hit the road in 1953.
The 2020 Corvette goes into production late this year. The cost hasn’t been announced, but GM President Mark Reuss said it will start under $60,000, which is close to what the current car goes for.