July 18, 2019. That’s when 66 years of Chevrolet speed, engineering and know-how will coalesce at the reveal of the 2020 C8 Chevy Corvette. All we really have now is a bunch of rumors: There will be a few versions, including a hybrid that could top 1,000 hp and a few others at lower power outputs. An eight-speed dual-clutch transmission will send power to the rear wheels, but boy, if Chevy dropped an all-wheel-drive powertrain on us … anyway. Magnetic Ride will still available, the tires might be a little fatter and we’re guessing it’ll stick with a fiberglass body. Those are the deets so far, but that won’t stop us from speculating wildly. We stacked what we know about the new C8 Corvette up against some of the best in the world. We did leave off the million-dollar cars, but we think this list will be at least close to what ‘Vette buyers might cross-shop with. We’ll also go on record now; the new Corvette will still be a hell of deal.
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