Has the rumored mid-engined Corvette been captured on film (well memory card)?
First, the “Zora” trademark filing. Then the spy shots of a mid-engine dressed Holden Commodore hit the internet. Then, glimpses of some clear mid-engine Corvette renderings come out.
Now, General Motors invested $290 million into the Bowling Green assembly for “new processes and technologies.” GM stated it will help the Corvette facility become more flexible. Flexible for what? Bowling Green does only Corvettes.
But now, we get spy shots of a decidedly mid-engined prototype running around GM proving grounds that surely looks like a Corvette. On top of all this, do you really think Chevrolet is going to let their cross-town rival, Ford, have the only mid-engined GT?
When will it be available? The rumor mill has it debuting at the 2018 Detroit auto show for the 2018 or 2019 model year. Price? Well the guesses are between $80,000 and $175,000.