Corvette C8 Will Debut As A Stingray, Check Out Its New Logos

2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 interior

2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8 interior

We are only three days away from the launch of the much-anticipated 2020 Corvette C8 and Chevrolet continues to tease its brand new, mid-engined sports vehicle.

The new mid-engine Corvette "Zora" will be badged Stingray at the bottom end of the range, with more powerful variants to follow after launch.

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Aside from the redesigned Corvette and Stingray badges and the styling of the auto, which chauffeured GM CEO Mary Barra through New York City in April while it was wrapped in a camouflage pattern, the only official release on the vehicle has been an image of its steering wheel. This is a clear evolution of the last three generations of steering wheels, as this funky downward slope began in the C5 generation and became more extreme in the C6 and C7 models. The two-spoke unit featuring paddle shifters and a squared-off shape meant to evoke that of a racing car's wheel. Unfortunately, Chevy purposefully made this image a little blurry so I can not see if any of the steering-wheel-mounted buttons give away any unreleased info, like launch control or line lock.

We're just as excited as you are and we're lucky enough to be attending the reveal of the 2020 C8 Corvette in Orange County, California on Thursday, July 18. Keep it locked here for more details and the potential release of some more teaser images.

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