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NewsC8 Corvette Gets Auto Show Treatment In Rotating Fan Rendering

19:16  29 june  2019
19:16  29 june  2019 Source:   motor1.com

Detailed C8 Corvette Renderings Imagine The Supercar's Backside

Detailed C8 Corvette Renderings Imagine The Supercar's Backside If anything, the quad exhaust tips seem a bit small. We are officially less than a month away from seeing the first-ever mid-engined Corvette in the flesh. That is, in the flesh without camouflage, though our friends Chazcron and FVS at MidEngineCorvetteForum.com have spent the better part of a year digitally peeling back the wrap from spy photos. The two Photoshop wizards teamed up on a small set of fresh renderings that depict the C8 Corvette from the rear, an area where there hasn’t been quite as much attention.

See More Renderings : Mid-Engined Chevy Corvette Rendered Based On Teaser. New Mid-Engined Corvette Render Reveals The Supercar's Backside. We’ve featured quite a few renderings from forum member FVS, and this latest offering at the top of the page seeks to digitally unwrap the very

A new rendering from Chazcron at MidEngineCorvetteForum depicts how the mid-engined supercar might look on the inside, from a perspective Another day, another rendering of the forthcoming C 8 Corvette . If you’ve been following our mid-engined Corvette coverage in recent months you’re likely

C8 Corvette Gets Auto Show Treatment In Rotating Fan Rendering
C8 Corvette Gets Auto Show Treatment In Rotating Fan Rendering
C8 Corvette Gets Auto Show Treatment In Rotating Fan Rendering
C8 Corvette Gets Auto Show Treatment In Rotating Fan Rendering
C8 Corvette Gets Auto Show Treatment In Rotating Fan Rendering

C8 Corvette Gets Auto Show Treatment In Rotating Fan Rendering© Motor1.com/Hersteller C8 Corvette New Rendering by Bjorn Daniel Svavarsson

As the launch draws near, more renderings come in.

Renderings of the C8 Corvette are dime a dozen these days. In fact, a quick search on Motor1.com will show you more than a handful of fan-sourced illustration of the mid-engined American supercar. Well, you can't blame the internet full of artists – the Corvette is a legendary vehicle and its mid-engined version is just as equally iconic, if not more. Serves Chevrolet right for bringing the upcoming 'Vette to public places.

Mid-Engined C8 Chevy Corvette ZR1 Rendered Imagining Future Performer

Mid-Engined C8 Chevy Corvette ZR1 Rendered Imagining Future Performer It looks good, but don't expect the ZR1 to arrive for a while. The mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette debuts on July 18 in Tustin, California, but the one on display there is just the standard version. Plenty of rumors (and common sense) indicate that hotter versions could be on the way in the future. This new rendering from Corvette Forum depicts what the meaner ZR1 might look like whenever it arrives. This artist's idea for the ZR1's look includes giving the front end a significantly larger splitter, bigger intakes in the fascia, and a big canard in the corner.

We've got more mid-engine Corvette madness, and just in time for Memorial Day weekend. The seemingly never-ending parade of renders depicting the The first comes from MidEngine Corvette Forum user John. Done up in a nice shade of blue, this Corvette render follows in the digital tread

The earlier render of the mid-engined Chevy Corvette convertible moves into the real world by showing how it would look in a suburban driveway. Where most vehicles with a folding hardtop store the largest piece of the roof horizontally, this rendering orients the panel vertically.

But regardless of how many C8 Corvette renderings we have seen so far, it seems like we can never have enough. Just take a look at this latest one we saw from the MidEngineCorvetteForum.com, made by Bjorn Daniel Svavasson.

From the get-go, there's something different in this rendering when compared to the previous work done by the C8 fans. For starters, the roof is sleeker and more streamlined to the rear end. It also has a thicker front lip, a different set of wheels, and inverted DRLs.

Beyond the deviations, this rendering from Svavasson still carries the chiseled hood and the rear end of the previous illustrations. What makes it special, though, is that the eight-second video render above gives you a 180-degree look at the vehicle.

Lutz: GM Should Build A $100K Corvette SUV

Lutz: GM Should Build A $100K Corvette SUV It’d transform the Corvette name from a standalone model into a new brand. Bob Lutz, the iconic automotive curmudgeon who’s worked for BMW, Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors, believes Chevy should take the Corvette nameplate upmarket with a Porsche Cayenne-like Corvette SUV that starts at $100,000. That’s a lot to digest, but his reasoning isn’t equitable to that of your grandmother who’s certain lizard people are running the government.

However, true fans of the nameplate were given a huge treat during the last day of the Michelin NCM Bash. That's because according to the corvetteblogger.com, word got out during the event that the Corvette C 8 would indeed make a surprise appearance at the said event at around 12 noon.

Obviously, the Detroit Auto Show came and went without the slightest hint of Corvette news. Current thought is that the car will arrive in a few months, either at You can also check out some exceptional fan renderings below of what the new C 8 might look like when it finally breaks cover later this year.

Roof Or Roofless, These C8 Corvette Sizzles The Waiting Time Until The Reveal:

Mid-Engined Corvette 'Walkaround' Video Looks Like The Real Thing

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Mid-Engined C8 Chevy Corvette ZR1 Rendered Imagining Future Performer

At the time of this writing, the launch of the mid-engined C8 Corvette is just within 20 days or roughly two weeks. While these renderings give us a quick peek of the supercar, nothing beats the real thing. And it's only a matter of time before it gets revealed right before our very eyes.

The C8 Chevrolet Corvette will be launched on July 18, 2019. Mark your calendars, folks.

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Mid-Engined Chevy Corvette Rear End Design Possibly Leaked.
As far as leaks go, this is a big one. Between now and the highly anticipated big debut on July 18, we have a feeling we’ll be seeing more of the mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette courtesy of the usual trio – rumors, leaks, and spy shots. Case in point, an interesting image has emerged on social media showing what is widely believed to be the rear end of the all-new C8. Low resolution, of course, but the photo does appear to be legit taking into account what the prototypes have been showing over the last few months.

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