I never gave a shit about the Corvette, much less GM in it’s entirety. I’m openly disdainful of the latter, and not old and Boomer enough or play enough golf or have enough in my 401K/Trust Fund/etc to care for the former.
Considering that this is coming to Australia, I see the speed hump feature being designed for us Aussies as there are speed humps fucking everywhere here.
Crazy! Camaro ZL1 starts at $62k
Ignoring it will not make it go away.
Tesla. Tesla has GPS-based suspension lift for the air suspension models that effectively does the same thing. I don’t know if they pioneered it but it is useful.
Hopefully it remembers where you lift automatically, so you don’t have to click around in the menu to save each speed bump.
I imagine most won’t fit under that bar but I’m glad to see it’s there. Even if it’s a stripper model, getting a 500hp, mid-engine sports car for ~$60k is a massive bargain and will draw in a lot of potential buyers.
There was some conjecture that it was a poor time to intro, just two days before the 50th Anniversary...
And, once the hoopla dies down, you can generally walk into any dealer and ORDER a Base Corvette at List and not need to wait three years.... AGain, unlike Tesla.
A year ago I was looking at a new Cayman S and that thing was almost 70 grand with no options.
Maybe not speed bumps, but add in steep driveway entryways and you start to appreciate the extra storage points.
Yeah, Lutz called it. it’s a fuckuvalotta car for that money.
Under $60,000 apparently...
Price starts under $60,000 according to Reuss.
I love it. Already imagining a Zora trim level with the full beans: carbon fiber, active aero, hybrid powertrain, AWD, pushrod suspension, maybe a longtail layout (a la Corvette Daytona prototype)...
Well compared to its competition it is “cheap”.
I like it. Still looks like a Corvette to me. Just a mid-engine Corvette.