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C8 Series debuted July 18, 2019 in Orange County, California.

Mid-engine V8 dual clutch Tremec with 495 hp with 470 torque.  Will do 0 to 60 in less than 3 seconds.


C8 Title page of Playbook
C8 Introduction
C8 Exterior
C8 Interior Overview
C8 Performance Overview


October 2, 2019
C8  Stingray  CONVERTIBLE  is  revealed!



Using 6 electric motors the Spyder hardtop convertible is down within 16 seconds by the touch of a  button and while driving up to 30 mph.  When down, there is no use of the trunk space by the top.  The engine is covered with louvers.  There are Navelles behind each seat to give that sleek  appearance of the coupe.  The back window will have its own button to go up and down, used for wind restriction and can go down even it the top is up.  Top and Navelles can be ordered in body color or carbon flash.  Spoilers can still be used.

C8 convertible 1

 C* Convertible 2

C8 convertible 3


C8 C8.R   Racing machine unveiled......

Since 1999, Corvette Racing has won 107 races – the most of any professional sports car team in North America - including 13 Team championships and 12 Driver and Manufacturer titles. In 2015, Corvette Racing became the first sports car team in 15 years win endurance racing’s Triple Crown - victories at Rolex 24 at Daytona, Twelve Hours of Sebring and 24 Hours of Le Mans - in the same season.

The C8.R No. 4 car dons a new silver livery, inspired by the color of iconic Corvette concepts such as the 1973 Chevrolet Aerovette and the 1959 Corvette Stingray Racer. This car also features yellow accents.

Complementing the No. 4 vehicle is the No. 3 car which will feature a traditional yellow color scheme with silver accents that continues the lineage of the successful GTLM racing Corvettes of the past 20 years.

The C8.R will make its racing debut at Rolex 24 at Daytona in January 2020.