Rumors of a mid-engine Corvette as a successor to the C7 Corvette have been flying all the way back since 2004, with the first spy shots coming out in 2005. Along the way, enthusiasts have made just about every guess you could imagine about what this next-generation Corvette would be.
Well, the long wait is over and the speculation can stop. Behold the mid-engine 2020 C8 Chevrolet Corvette.
Lotus have unveiled their new all-electric hypercar, the Lotus Evija.
The much anticipated Aston Martin Valkyrie made its first public track appearance yesterday at Silverstone ahead of the 2019 British Grand Prix. Aston Martin High-Performance Test Driver, Chris Goodwin, piloted the 1,160-horsepower Hypercar around the Grand Prix circuit for a one lap demonstration.
Bentley is celebrating its 100th birthday with the electric EXP 100 GT concept. The EXP 100 GT is Bentley’s vision of what vehicles will look like in 2035, and the future looks utterly beautiful.
Porsche unveiled their new Le Mans and WEC race car, the 2019 Porsche 911 RSR, at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Check out the new Porsche racer being introduced by Jorg Bergmeister and driven up the famous hill by Gianmaria Bruni.
Audi Sport launched the new R8 LMS GT2 at the Goodwood Festival of Speed over the weekend, joining Audi Sport’s race car lineup which includes the R8 LMS GT3, R8 LMS GT4, and the RS3 LMS.
The car will compete in the GT2 class of the Stéphane Ratel Organisation (SRO), and uses a purpose built variant of the 5.2-liter, V10 found in the R8 V10 Performance road car. While the road car makes 612-horsepower, the R8 LMS GT2 makes an incredible 630-horsepower.
Weight has also been reduced to just 2,976 pounds, making the R8 LMS GT2 a full 220-lbs lighter than the R8 LMS GT4 race car.
Audi Sport has begun taking orders on the R8 LMS GT2, which starts at €338,000. We can’t wait to see this monster on the track.