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Other than mid engine or awd we will see more refinement rather than radical change. The c7 is still the same basic design of the c5, as was the c6. Most vette owners looking under the cars on a lift could not tell which was which. I am hoping computer design will allow gm to come up with a mid engine car that is affordable and usefully reliable in the future.
Engine will be in the front, V8, even better gas mileage, maybe some small electronic assist motors for more horsepower, and it will be a better all around car than the C7 just as the C7 is a better all around car than the C6...and yes, some people will prefer the looks of the previous generation...around and around we go. This is nothing new.
PS - I predict the corvette will never move to a V6...after all, what the hell for? By the time this would become necessary, technology will improve to the point where future high tech V8 will deliver INSANE MPGs. We are already starting to see it.
Last edited by Paulchristian; 10-18-2013 at 05:50 PM.