The network has a photo of the back of the new Chevy Corvette (C8)

The network has a photo of the back of the new Chevy Corvette (C8)

July 8, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Due to information leakage, we can already now look at the American novelty with a medium engine location … but only at the back of it. The official presentation of the next generation Chevrolet Corvette (C8) will be held July 18.

Waiting for the long-awaited presentation of the sports coupe, which is scheduled for July 18, we knew that more than once we would see more pictures of the new Chevrolet Corvette with a medium engine, as all sorts of photo leaks, as well as the disclosure of secret data. We were not mistaken – an interesting image appeared on social networks, demonstrating what is believed to be the back of a brand new Corvette generation C8.

The picture is in low resolution, but it looks quite plausible if we take into account what the prototypes of the novelty have shown in the past few months.

Below is a rendering based on recent shots of disguised Chevrolet Corvette test samples, and you can easily see that … something is wrong with this rendered image and the picture is not right. “Evolution” is the key word here, since the back of the new Corvette will not constitute a significant departure from the current C7 generation. Yes, this rear end looks more aggressive, thanks to these quadrilateral exhaust partubkah on the sides of the diffuser and large ventilation holes under the intricate taillights.

The rear spoiler on the entire width of the car also looks harmonious and it seems that it is identical to what we have already seen many times on all disguised prototypes. It is believed that the color of the car is “Elkhart Lake Blue” and not “Rapid Blue”, and the image was supposedly made at the company’s factory.

We can also see a raised quarter panel with quarter glass and a side window, although the latter seems a bit strange. In fact, this may be due to the poor viewing angle, due to which the side of the car looks slightly disproportionate in the upper half, creating the illusion of an unusually low roofline.