Motor Trend has some very interesting news about the next iteration of the ZR1 in the new mid-engine, C8-generation Corvette: it will have a hybridized drivetrain that could boost power all the way to 900 horsepower!
IMSA posted footage to Twitter on Sunday of the new Corvette C8.R lapping Road Atlanta!
We can all have a collective sigh of relief: the new Corvette C8.R has been revealed, and it quite beautiful.
The 2020 C8 Chevrolet Corvette. The buzz surrounding the new generation is perhaps the most significant in the US auto market for at least the past decade, and it all appears to be well-founded.
Chevrolet has debuted their much-anticipated 2019, GMT T1XX-platform Chevrolet Silverado, and has continued their proven recipe: offer a massive amount of Silverado trims with a massive amount of options and capture as many repeat and potentially-new customers as possible.
Hot Wheels celebrated its 50th Anniversary last year and Chevrolet did a commemorative car for the occasion. Here is our standard “all car, no talking” video from a street drive:
Ahead of its official debut at the New York Auto Show, Chevrolet took the wraps off its newest high performance Camaro variant, the ZL1. While the sixth generation Camaro SS we drove last year offered impressive performance in its own right, the ZL1 model promises to ratchet up the pony car’s capabilities substantially.
There are rare occasions where less really is more. After our stint in the C7 Z06 last year, we concluded that while the supercharged ‘Vette offered incredible performance for the money, a Z51 Stingray offered nearly as many thrills on the street and while not quite as quick on the track, its 460 horsepower LT1 felt more manageable, put less weight over the front end, and had less trouble dispatching heat under the hood.