From a business perspective, a mid-engine Corvette just makes sense. Bob Lutz certainly seems to think so, and he offers up a pretty good argument on why Chevy needs to build the car.
The Corvette Stingray might be gearing up for a new role in Australia as General Motors’ Holden brand’s halo vehicle.
If you don’t already have that order for your Z06 locked in, you might want to start asking yourself exactly how much over sticker you’re willing to pay for the car.
The mere idea that a Corvette could go for $6.8 million is enough to wreck the brain. But can you imagine being the one charged with making sure a 1956 SR-2 Racer meets those expectations?
The inspiring video, “Why We Race,” highlights racing’s impact on the production of the Corvette, while suggesting that any performance improvements to be made to the C7 and Z06 will likely come from the racetrack as well.