This 1960 Corvette Fuelia, one of only 10 ever built and seeped in rich Corvette history, will be on display at the Amelia Island 2015 Concours d’Elegance.
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.
Check out this 11-second quarter mile by a Hennessey Performance C7 with a small 2.3L supercharger, new heads and cams, and a slight ECU tweak to give the Corvette over 700 horsepower.
This is the Prior Design PDR700 Widebody Corvette, and it looks delicious.
With reports of Ford nixing the V8 altogether, it didn’t take long for “Corvette Forum” members to start imagining a Corvette world without the familiar rumble of the V8.