The 2020 Corvette Stingray Rethinks a Classic American Sports Car


A new generation Corvette Stingray is here, and engineers have finally done what GM has been teasing for more than a decade: shift the engine behind the driver. Why bother? Pushing that weight toward the middle of the car means more-predictable handling, but it also looks revolutionary. Since the Vette’s long hood is gone, designers were free to create something modern, almost Ferrari– or Lamborghini-like.

Unsurprisingly, the Corvette performed pretty close to one of those exotics during our trip around Lake Mead, Nevada. Its dual-clutch eight-speed maintains power through shifts, while a magnetic ride suspension performs magic underfoot. Inside, you’ll find plenty of room, a well-considered interior, and tech that actually works: a near-zero-lag touchscreen and the rare…

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