Would the Corvette Be Better With Torque Vectoring?
Perhaps Chevy might want to consider swapping the Corvette’s current eLSD system for a torque vectoring system.
Car and Driver sat down with Corvette ride-and-handling engineer, Jim Mero, who’s been working on the Corvette for 11 years and has more than 15,000 track laps under his belt.
Nothing makes a statement quite like a decisive win in a Car and Driver comparison, which is what the new Z06 just earned over some pretty noteworthy competitors.
Here are mid-engine Corvette renderings from Motor Trend, Car and Driver, TopSpeed.com, Automobile and Corvette Forum . Look through them all, and then vote on your favorite in our poll.
After noticing that their test Corvette’s digital tire-temperature gauge simply read “Frozen,” the good folks at Car and Driver decided to leave the new Stingray outside over the course of a VERY cold Michigan evening and do some testing.