Uncovered C8 Corvette Image Exposed Ahead of Official Reveal

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C8 Corvette Image Leaked Corvette Forum

Corvette Forum members have spread the latest leaked images of the C8 Corvette, and, boy, do they look legit.

It’s been a busy day here at Corvette Forum. After all, someone just leaked an image of the new, mid-engine C8 Corvette, and promptly set the internet on fire. The forums are buzzing about it, too. While the harsh lighting, and poor quality in the image above doesn’t do wonders for the C8’s rear end, it does give us the most authoritative insight into what the newest ‘Vette on the block is going to look like, at least, when it blows past us all on the track, of the freeway.

The most divisive elements are definitely the tail lights. Which, of course, have people up in arms, because change is scary! This initial reaction is very similar to how Corvette fans felt when the C7 was revealed. Apparently, if the tail lights are not circular, people lose their minds. People claimed GM would never get their money, and, in the end, most people agreed that the C7 is an awesome Corvette.

We are going to remind readers that these low resolution images, with the aforementioned harsh lighting can make any car look bad. Also, it helps to be be patient. After all, the official reveal is on July 18. We will be there, and we will be bringing back the goods, with high quality images and video, so you can really decide if it’s good looking, if it’s ugly, or somewhere in between. We suspect that, like the C7, once people get over their initial reactions, that the C8 will still be America’s most beloved sports car.

As always, stay tuned to Corvette Forum for the latest news, hot takes and entertainment on the upcoming, mid-engine C8 corvette, as well as content for Corvette fans of all kinds and opinions.

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Jake Stumph is a lifelong car enthusiast and racer, who has operated as the content editor for Internet Brands Automotive since 2015. He runs Corvette Forum, 6SpeedOnline, Honda-tech, and LS1tech, among other Internet Brands Automotive websites. His work has been featured by several other prominent automotive outlets, including Jalopnik and Autobytel.

He obtained a bachelor's degree in Political Science at the Ohio State University in 2013, then pivoted from covering politics and policy to writing about his automotive adventures, something that, he says, is a lot more fun. Since that time, he has established connections with most of the world's major automakers, as well as other key brands in the automotive industry.

He enjoys track days, drifting, and autocross, at least, when his cars are running right, which is uncommon. You can check out what he's up to on his YouTube channel, as well as his Jake Stumph Racing Instagram account. He can be reached via email at [email protected]

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