Trying to understand why the new Chevrolet Corvette was hung on the wall.September 14, 2019
The latest eighth-generation Chevrolet Corvette has become part of an extravagant sculpture that now adorns Michigan’s main ice arena. The installation is based on a pedestal with the emblem of the Detroit Red Wings hockey team (Little Caesars is the club’s home area), and the supercar seems to leave it, leaving a noticeable mark.
Especially for fans with good eyesight on the license plate of a supercar hanging almost from the ceiling, they left a kind of “Easter egg”. On both sides of the Chevrolet logo on the number there are letters that add up to the inscription PWR PLAY (power play, American hockey term, an analogue of the Russian-language “numerical advantage”).
Already there are statements that Chevrolet has chosen an almost perfect way to introduce the maximum number of fans to its new product: mid-engine Corvette has not yet appeared at dealerships. Moreover, according to some sources, not a model, but a full-fledged supercar was strengthened on the wall of the stadium. This is one of the pre-production prototypes, which at the request of the creators of the installation was repainted in bright red color.
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