2020 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray
General Motors Holden has confirmed that the next-generation mid-engine Corvette will be built in right-hand-drive (RHD) and will roar Down Under for sale in New Zealand.
The new mid-engine layout gives Corvette:
- Better weight distribution, with the rear weight bias enhancing performance in a straight line and on the track.* Better responsiveness and sense of control due to driver positioning closer to the front axle, almost on top of the front wheels.
- The fastest 0-60 (0-96km/h) time of any entry Corvette ever — approximately three seconds when equipped with the Z51 package.
- A racecar-like view of the road due to lower positioning of the hood, instrument panel, and steering wheel. Excellent forward sightlines throughout the vehicle for both driver and passenger.
- An enhancement of Corvette’s traditional utility strengths with dual trunks, ideal for luggage or two sets of golf clubs
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